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CHIMES 

1966 

BEREA COLLEGE 
BEREA, KENTUCKY 




SANDRA WALKER, EDITOR-IN-CHIEF 
ED SHYTLE, BUSINESS MANAGER 
BOB BOYCE, LAYOUT EDITOR 




^ College 378.7691 B487C 1966 

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^ Berea College Collegiate dept Senior 

class 
Chimes. 



CONTENTS 

INTRODUCTION 2 

SENIORS 18 

SEARCHING FOR KNOWLEDGE 44 

WORK FOR EDUCATION 56 

SOCIAL ASPECTS 72 

EXPERIMENT IN LIVING 108 

Administration 

Faculty 

Classes 

FOUNDATION SCHOOL 162 

ADVERTISING AND PATRONAGE 198 

INDEX 220 



ALUMNI MEMORIAL BUILDING 



FLEE! 

SIT SILENTLY BETWEEN THE 
HILLS. 
LISTEN! 

DEAFENING SOUNDS— MOLD, 
DECAY, GROWTH, CHANGE 
CONTINUAL CRESCENDO AND 
DECRESCENDO 
BEAUTY IN VOID. 
RETURN! 

SIT SILENTLY WITHIN LEARNING 
WALLS. 
LISTEN! 

DEAFENING SOUNDS— MOLD, 
DECAY, GROWTH, CHANGE 
CONTINUAL CRESCENDO AND 
DECRESCENDO 
BEREA . . . 
HILLS . . . 

BEAUTY NO LONGER 
IN VOID. 







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SIXTEEN HUNDRED FORTY SEVEN CAME, 

OLD AND NEW WITH 

STUFFED TEDDIES, LETTER JACKETS AND 

HOPE 

FROM APPALACHIA, 

FROM THE WORLD 

TO BE 

ONE BLOOD. 






Four Africans from Kenya visited Berea while studying com- 
munity development in the United States on the AID program. 






RENA ALDRIDGE 





PLAYED TRICKS ON EACH 
OTHER. 




Eugene Rabinowitch, Nicholas Slonimsky, and 
James Silver discuss "Man and Freedom" at the 
Arts and Science Symposium. 



Glynn Ihrig '63, tells of Rhodesia 




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SENATORS REVIEW BELL CONTROVERSY 



FIGHTING FOR RESPONSIBILITY 



LEARNING, LISTENING 



SPORTING 



ABSORBING 




BEREA vs. CENTRE 





RELAXING IN CROWDS 

STUDYING IN A 

ONCE-MODERN LABORATORY 

EATING IN COLORFUL CONFUSION 
AND SOMETIMES 
SLEEP 

... A BEREA DAY 




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BEHOLD THE WORLD AT HAND. 

QUESTION 

RESPOND 

DECIDE 

KNOW WHO PAYS THE ROUND TRIP FARE 

AND WHY. 



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IN DEDICATION TO 



MR. ROLF HOVEY 



A BEREA BARD 
A MOUNTAIN 
MINNESINGER 
A VIGOROUS SONG 
a cappella PLEASE 
AND presto 
ALL'S HARMONY. 

A BEREA BARD 

A MOUNTAIN 

MINNESINGER 

A LILTING AIR WITH 

DIAPASON; 

SO OFT 

HE CHEERS US 

OUT OF 

CHAOS. 




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SENIORS 



AN ENDING TO BEGIN. 

A BEGINNING TO END 

A STAIRCASE SCARCELY SO FOR LACK OF RUNGS 

EDDYING EMOTIONS. 

RELIEF, JOY, FEAR, CONFIDENCE 
THROUGH ACCOMPLISHMENT. 
THEN 
DETERMINATION — A LIFE TO BE MADE 
MEANINGFUL. 
HOW MANY MORE STEPS? 
OF WHAT QUALITY? 

. . .AND ALWAYS THE HILLS ARE 
THERE. 




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DAVE KINDER, NANCY WALLACE 




SANDY BASTIN 



JUAiNITA HAYS 



MARTHA ULM, J. T. STINSON 




LIFE OF A 
SENIOR 




KEN HOPKINS 



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GRADUATION EXERCISES: JANUARY, 1966 




FINALLY 



What happens if it rains on graduation day? 






BEULAH DEAN ADKINS 

Soriology 
Swannanoa, Nurlh Carulina 



CLARENCE WAYNE ADKINS 

ElrmTitary EduciitioD 
Dobbios, Kentucky 




CROVER DEE ADKINS 

History ami Polilical Science 
Louisa. Kentucky 




LEON ISHAM ALDER 

Business 
Williamsburg. Kentucky 




RENA MARGARET ALDRIDCE 

Biology 

Lancaster, Kentucky 



GEORGE WAYNE ALLEN 

Biology 
CiDcicoati. Ofaio 




LEO SCOTT ARNOLD 

History 

^hitesville. West Virginia 



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= \I.I Y REBECCA ANDERSON 
Plusiial Ethicalion 
TroutviUe, Virginia 



ADA LYNX ASBURY 

Biolosy 
Soau-rset. Kemuokv 



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LINDA CAROLE AUVILLE 

English 

McAndrews, Kentucky 



PATRICIA ANN AUXIER 

Sociology 

La Follette, Tennessee 



CORAL KELLER BABB 

Elementary Education 

Berea, Kentucky 




NAYER KHOSHHAL BAHARESTAN 
Home Economics 
Kermanshah, Iran 




MILDRED NAN BAKER 
Elementary Education 
Louisville, Kentucky 




WILDA JEAN BALDWIN 

Sociology 
Huntington, West Virginia 



JOYCE ELIZABETH BARNES 

Home Economics 

Pelzer, South Carolina 



SANDRA LOUSAN BASTIN 

History and Political Science 

Yosemite, Kentucky 




SAM BENGE 

History and Political Science 

Berea, Kentucky 




AUDREY VASHTI BERRY 

Psychology 

Drexel, North Carolina 



IRA JAMES BATES 

Sociology 

Hazard. Kentucky 



OKEY DAVID BEVINS 

Biology 

South Williamson, Kentucky 



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GEORGANNA BISHOP 

Biology 
Indianapolis, Indiana 



STANLEY THOMAS BISHOP 

Biisinens 

Cedar Mountain, North Carolina 




ALLENE FITZWATER BRIDGES 

Nursing 

Slaly Fork, West Virginia 



RONALD EDWARD BROCK 

History 

Berea, Kentucky 




GERALD WAYNE BRUiNTY 

Business 

Oceana. West Virginia 




LARRY KEENE BLAIR 

ChfrmiHtry 
Banietts Creek, Kentucky 



LYNDA LEE BRODERSON 

Home Economics 

Lyburn. West Virginia 




liOBEfiT PIPER BOYCE 

An 

Cronvillc. Ttnn'rmtrc 




DORIS ROCHELLE BRODRICK 

Mathematics 

Berea. Kentucky 



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ROY THELMER BURTON 

Mathematics 

Faubush, Kentucky 



D.ANNY ROSS BUSH 

Histor>' and Political Science 

Ravinna, Kentucky 



MARY NELL BUSH 
Hi=torv 

Zachariah, Kentucky 



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HOWARD CALDWELL 

Spanish 
Berea, Kentucky 




PHYLLIS JEAN CAMPBELL 

English 

Lenoir City, Tennessee 



JOHN FRANKLIN CAIN 
German 

Jacksboro, Tennessee 



MARY ROBSON CAMPBELL 

English 
Waynesboro, Virginia 




JACKIE LEE CASSELL 

Psychology 

Coeburn, Virginia 




JAMES EUDELLE CASTLEN 

Music 

Miami, Florida 



WALLACE CAMPBELL 

Elementary Education 
Avawam, Kentucky 



DOUGLAS CASTEEL 
Social Science 
Laurel, Indiana 




LINDA FERN CHAFFIN 

Biology 

Casilewood, Virginia 




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REBECCA ANN CLUTTER 

Elementary Education 
WellSville, Ohio 



PATSY CALLA CHADWELL 

History 

Camden, Ohio 



MARY GRACE CHESTNUT 

Elenieiilary Education 
Mountain Grove, Virginia 



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ALrnED LEON COBBS 

German 

Pamplin, Virginia 



RALPH COMBS 

History and Pnliijral Science 

Happy, Kentucky 




CATHERINE CASTLE COONS 

Sociology 

Cincinnati, Ohio 



ALBERT BOAZ COMBS 

Cliernistry 

Charlestown, Indiana 




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PATRICIA ANN COOPER 

Nursing 
Zaka, Rhodesia 



RONALD ALBERT CONLEY 

Malh«matici 

Andrews, North Carolina 



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KENNETH WAYLAND CRASE 

Physics 

Somerset, Kentucky 



MARGARET COLEMAN COOPER 

English 

Hardy, Kentucky 




ROS^l'ELL DAVID COX 

Psychology 

Dublin, \'irginia 




ROGER LEE CLRRY 

Hotel Management 

T^'hilnian, \^'est Virginia 



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ELLA CHRISTINE CRAWFORD 

Elementary Education 
Clinton, Tennessee 



SAMI S. DAGHIR 

Socio lo^ 
SidoQ. Lebanon 



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DANIEL FREDERICK DANIEL 

Enplish 
Ashland, Kentucky 



CURTIS DEEL 

Business 
Prater, Virginia 





SARAH FIELDS DAVIDSON 

Elementary Education 

Bcrea, Kentucky 




LONNIE HAROLD DAVIS 

Business 

Clairtield, Tennessee 



EDWARD DAVES de ROSSET 

English 
Evans City, Pennsylvania 




JAMES DEAN 

Chemistry 

Boonevilie, Kentucky 




MERRY BETH DETCHON 

English 

Sebring, Ohio 



GENEVA SHULTS DINGUS 

Nursing 

Dandridge, Tennessee 



ROGER LEE DOTSON 

History and Political Science 

Pound, Virginia 




CHARLES MARION ECKLER 

Business and Physical Education 

Williamstown, Kentucky 



MARIKA EFTHIMIOU 
Home Economics 
Salonica, Greece 



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EIJLA LOKETTA EIXEDCE 


SYEVIA ELLER 


HUSSELL HAMMAN ENGLAND 


RONNIE ESTEPP 


Home Economics 


English 


Btolopy 


Agriculture 


Hays, North Carolina 


Lexington, Kentucky 


Maurertown, Virginia 


North Matewan, Wt^t V'irginia 




BKENDA JOYCE FALLS 

Mathematics 

Buena Vista, Virginia 



WILHELM KE.MAL FARHAT 

Chemistry 

Marjeyoon, Lebanon 




JAMCE SKINNER FARLEY 

English 

Woodbine, Kentucky 




JANELLE KAY FEAGAN 

Sociology 

Walton, Kentucky 




\ ICTOR YU-HU FENG 

Business 

Taiwan, China 




RITA ANN FIE 

Sociology 

Waynesville, North Carolii 




SANDRA GAYLE FIKE 

Nursing 
Old Landing. Kentucky 



JOHN EMORY FLEMLNG 
History 

Morjantown, North Carolina 



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STELLA CHRISTINE FLY.NN 

Home Economics 

Burnside, Kentucky 




SAMMY WENDELL FRALEY 
Business 

Nickelsville, Virginia 



RUBY MAE GAYHEART 

Psychology 

Eastern, Kentucky 



LARRY DOUGLAS FRAZIER 
Political Science 
Martin, Kentucky 




GEORGE SEARLE GIFFIN 

History and Political Science 

Berea, Kentucky 




JOHN BROOKS GABRIEL 

Apriculture 
Galena, Ohio 




MARY KATHLEEN GARDNER 

Elementary Education 

Hiltons, Virginia 



DARKEl.L ROGER GILLIAM 

Economics 

Whilesburg, Kentucky 





SHIRLEY MARIE GOLLADAY 

Frrruh and Physical Education 

Si. David's Church. Virginia 



RONALD LEE GOLLIDAY 

History and Political Science 

E<Iinburg, Virginia 




LAWRENCE RICHARD GOOD 

Psychology 
Fostoria, Ohio 



JEAN KATHRYN GROSSMAN 

Psychology 

Berea, Kentucky 



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BARBARA JANE GUNKLER 

French 

Bcrcfl, Kentucky 



FRANCES LOU GWYNN 

English 

Ararat, Virginia 




JAMES DANIEL HAN 

Chemistry 

Marjville, Tennessee 



ALICE ANNE HADLEY 

Nursing 

Jeffersonville, Indiana 




MARY ELIZABETH HARRIS 

Sociology 

Jonesville, North Carolina 




LINDA SUE HAGY 

Hom«^ Economic* 
Lccma-sler. Virginia 




REBECCA FAYE HALEY 

Art 
Westfield, North Carolina 



RITA JOYCE HAWKS 

Home Economics 

Montcalm, West Virginia 



DORIS CAROLYN HART 

Nursing 

Lenoir. North Carolina 




CAROLYN HEARNT 
Art 

Cochranvjlle. PennsylTania 



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PHYLLIS SUE HENDERSON 

Elementary Education 

Wilkenson, West Virginia 




DON RICHARD HIRSCHMAN 

History and Religion 

Long Beaoli, California 



GEORGE WILSON HOSKINS 

Sociology 

Clinton, Tennessee 




JUDY KAY HENSLEY 

Sociology 

Swannanoa, North Carolina 



SHIRLEY ANN HOLT 

Elementary Education 

Newport, Tennessee 



MARJORIE RUTH HICKS 

English 

Greenup, Kentucky 




KENNETH DOWELL HOPKINS 

Business 

JonesviUe, Virginia 




CAKL HAMMOND HOVERMALE 

Agriculture 

Whitacre, Virginia 



RAYMOND CLAUDE HOWARD 

Philosophy 

Versailles, Kentucky 




FLOYD MINES, JR. 
Biology and Physical Educati 
Smith Grove, Kentucky 




ROBERTA JEAN HORNBECK 

French 

Berea, Kentucky 




EUNICE ALMA HUDDLESTON 

Business 

La Follette, Tennessee 



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THOMAS WALTER HUTCHENS 

Agriculture 

Spencer, Virginia 



SAMUEL DAVID HUDDLESTON 

Business 

Biirkcsville, Kentucky 




BETTY THOMPSON JOHNSON 

Nursing 

Richmond, Kentucky 



JANET RUTH JESSUP 
Business and Economics 
Bluefield, West Virginia 




OKEY SILLON JACKSON 

Induatrial Arts 

Summersville, West Virginia 




GENEVA RACHEL JOHNSON 

Sociology 

Staunton, Virginia 




WILLL\M F. JOHNSON 

Business 

Sneedville, Tennessee 







SHIRLEY ANN JACKSON 
EI'Tiicnlary Eduration 
Nfw Haven, K'-niucky 




>L\RY BELLE JOHNSON 

Mathematics 

London, Kentucky 




P\MELA KAY JOHNSON 

History 

Hazard, Kentucky 



CI RTI5 JONES. JR. 

Music 

Berea. Kentuckr 




EUGENE CARLTON KEITH 
Political Science 
Bcrea, Kentucky 




BASHIR ISMAIL KHALIL 

Apricullure 
Jerirlio, Jordan 




DAVID EDWARD KENNEDY 

English 

Vanceburg, Kentucky 




OMER LEE KISER 

Mathematics 
St. Paul. Virginia 



NANCY CONWAY LATHAM 

English 

Aniissvillc, Virginia 



GAYLON STEPHEN LEACH 

King's Mountain, Kentucky 

Agriculture 



RONALD GARY KENNEDY 

Art 

Clintwood, Virginia 



BETTY ANN KOGER 

Biology 

Hill Top, Kentucky 




PAUL EDWARDS LEWIS 

Agriculture 

Beverly, West Virginia 




JOHN FREDERICK KESLER 

Chemistry 

Williamsburg. West Virginia 




RENA MARIE LANHAM 

Eleruenlary Education 

Corbin, Kentucky 




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JEAN CAROL LOEBER 

Elementary Educalion 

Dayton, Ohio 



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BOBBY LEE LOTTS 

Clii'iiiislry 

Natural Briiipf-, Virginll 




CANDANCE JONES LYNCH 

Ehplish 

Hnrrisniilnirf;, VirRinia 




PATHirJA n,ENE MAGCAHD 

BiiHini-Nfl 

Hytlf-n, Ki-nliirky 



BENJAMIN ROMIC MARTLS 
History 

.Ma«(inci'-. P-i-nnivKania 




PATRICL\ ANN MARTIN 

Home Economics 

Tollpsboro, Kentucky 




WILLLAM McCOY 

Psychology 
Finley Park. Illinois 



ROBERT LEE MARTIN 

Economics 

London, Kentucky 



MARY LOUISE MATHENY 

Elementary Education 

Blacklick. Ohio 






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History 






Elk 


River. Minnesota 






BARBARA ANN McKAIG 

Nursing 

Tryon, North Carolina 



GEORGE FISH McKENZIE. JR. 

Sociology 

Lancaster, Kentucky 



JAMES BRVCE McKINXEY 

Holel Management 
Eaker?%ille. North Carolina 



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CAROLYN MARIE MOORE 
Nursing 

,S\\annanoa, North Carolina 




RONALD JAMES MOVERS 

Spanish 

Middlesboro, Kentucky 



DENNIS WADE McMAHAN 

Agriculture 

Greensburg, Kentucky 



MELVYN MEGSON 

Mathematics 

Oak Ridge, Tennessee 




JOHN GORDON MOORE 

Psychology 
Murphy, North Carolina 



DYANNE KAY MORRELL 

Biology 

Elizabethton, Tennessee 



JACK LEON MILLER 

Business 
Will'amsburg. Kentucky 



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RONALD WILLIAM MOSS 

Industrial Arts 

Glasgow, Kentucky 




BEVERLY JEAN MULLINS 

Elementary Education 

London. Kentucky 



DONNIE RAY MURRAY 

Economics 

Bowd, Kentucky 



PEGGY BAIRD MURRAY 

English 

Williamsburg, Kentucky 



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WILLA JO NEUBER 

English 

Bcrea, Kentucky 




JAMES CORBETT NUNN 

German 

Hazard, Kentucky 




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PHYLLIS JEAN NICHOLAS 

Sociolopy 
Gaiili-y Mills, W.'st Virginia 




CHARLES VICTOR OLIVER 

Chemistry 

London, Kentucky 




BOBBY STANLEY PARSONS 

Business 

Pennington Gap, Virginia 



FRANCES BERNICE NICHOLS 

English 

Robl.insville. North Carolina 



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CHARLES DOUGLAS PARSONS 

Economics 

Berea, Kentucky 




FAITH McARTHLR NIDAY 

Homp Economirs 
Ripplfrmead, Virginia 




VIRGINIA ANN PALMER 
Home Economics 
Tallcga, Kentucky 



HARRIET SMARGHN PARSONS 

Elemeotar> EducatioD 
Berea. Kcntuckr 



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BILLY WAYNE PEACE 

Chemistry 
Williamsburg. Kentucky 






LUCY ANN PETERS 

History and Political Science 

Goshen, Virginia 



BETTY JEAN PETTIT 

Home Economics 

Tollesboro, Kentucky 



JOHN FRANCIS PINDER 

Chemistry 

Rpynoldsburg, Ohio 




LEWIS RAY PLUMMER 

Psychology 
Sugar Grove, Virginia 




JAMES ROBERT PORTER 

IniJiistrial Arts 

Glen do ra, California 



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LOLA KAREN RAY 

Elementary Education 

Franklin, North Carolina 




LINDA WILSON PORTER 

Elementary Education 

Corbin, Kentucky 




DOUGLAS GKEY RIFFEY, JR. 

Agriculture 
Strasburg, Virginia 




BETTY JANE PRESLEY 

Business 
Groeneville, Tennessee 




JAMES PRESSLEY RAWLINGS, JR. 

Industrial Arts 

Sliarpsburg. Kentucky 



GARY JOE RICE 

Sociology 
Charleston, West Virginia 



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BONNIE LEE RIDDLE 

Elctiimlflry Ediualion 

W.-sl J.'(T.rH.)n. N.irlli Camliim 



ROSEMARY RIDENOUR 

Hciinp Economirs 

Jacksboro, Tt-nncssce 



JAMES EDWARD RIPLEY 
McRofls, Wt'sl Virginia 




RONNIE RITCHIE 

Eronornic* 
HazAfi. K'-ntuclty 



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WILLIAM BRECKENKIDGE 

ROBRINS 

History 

Brrra, Kcntiickv 






JEAN RAGNHILD ROISUM 

Spanish 
Oak Ridge, Tennessee 



KENNETH LEE ROTEN 

Enelish 

North Wilkesboro, North Carolina 



KREDDIE ARLLN SA.MMONS 

English 

Grayson. Kentuckv 




JOE ALLEN SCARDO 

Binlopy 

Big Stone Gap, Virginia 




ROBERT WAYNE SCHNEIDER 

Bioiogv 
Haverlow II, PtMinsylvania 



JANICE HELEN SELLS 

Home Economics 

Rocky Face. Georgia 



CAROLAW SELVEY 

Education 
Keystone. West Viriiinia 



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GLENNA ROBERSON SHAW 

Home Economics 
Ashland. Kentucky 





JAMES RUSSELL SHAW 

Chemistry 
Shelbyville, Kentucky 




BOBBY RAY SINGLETON 

Business 
Brodhead, Kentucky 




DOROTHY LOUISE SHELL 
Nursing 

St. Augustine, Florida 




FREDONNA CAROLYN SLONE 

English 

Carr Creek, Kentucky 




CHARLES EDWIN SHIVEL, JR. 

Economics 
Mt. Vernon, Kentucky 




BRENDA LEE SHROUT 
Elementary Education 
Winchester, Kentucky 



ANITA DARLENE SMITH 

History 

Walton, Kentucky 







JOHN CHESTER SMITH 

Mathematics 

Ewing. Virginia 



PATRICIA IRENE SOLOMON 

Mathematics 

Emerson, Georgia 



JOHN STEPHENSON 
Industrial Arts 
Bcrea, Kentucky 



GENE LORING STICKLEY 

Biolopy 
Strasburg, Virginia 



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J. T. STINSON 

Business 

Eminence, Kentucky 




SHARON LEA STUMBO 

History 

Lancer, Kentucky 



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GILBERT GALEN STICKLEY 

German 

Strasburg, Virginia 




SHERRIE LEE TALLMADGE 

Elementary Education 

Sandusky, Michigan 



LARRY DALE TEMPLE TON 

Industrial Arts 

Fremont. Kentucky 



YUKIKO SUZUKI 

Sociolopy 
Tokyo, Japan 




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RUSS DONALD SWORD 

Business 
Devale, Kentucky 




REBECCA GAYLE TIPTON 

Nursing 

Ravenna, Kentucky 



LINDA TRIPLETT 

His ton- 
Lackey, Kentucky 



JOHN DEWEY THO>rPSOX 

Elementan' Education 

Ferrellsburg. West Virpiaia 




SANDRA SUE THOMPSON 

Business 

Rockwood. Tennessee 



SZE CHUEN tSlanley> TSENG 

Chemistry 

Silver Sprin?. Maryland 



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DONMCE ELAINE TURNER 

English 

Chisnce. South Carolina 





MARTHA LAINE ULM 

Nursing 
Tipton, North Carolina 



ELIZABETH IRENE TURNER 

Nursing 
Williamsburg. Kentucky 



GREENE EDGAR TUSSEY 

Elementary Education 

Risner, Kentucky 




RACHEL LOLA UPCHURCH 

English 
Albany, Kentucky 



JAMES ROBERT VINSON, JR. 
Political Science 
Dillard, Georgia 



ROGER LEE VANOVER 

History and Political Science 

Clintwood, Virginia 



GARY NEIL VAUGHT 

Business and Physical Education 

North Vernon, Indiana 




JUAN MANUEL WALKER 
Spanish 

Valley Station, Kentucky 




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LINDA BAYNE WEAR 

Elementary Education 

Berea, Kentucky 



IVERSON LOUIS WARINNER 

History 

Albany, Kentucky 



MOLLIE PEARL WATTS 
Elementary Education 
Lost Creek, Kentucky 



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AIAKGAKLr JA.NE WEEKS 

Enfclish 

Berefl, Kentucky 




JACgUELINE S. WELLS 
BusJncHS 

Ml. Viclnry. Krnlucky 




KENNETH MOMEH WHEELDON 

Ap;ri<;ultijrr 
Somerset, Ki-nliicky 



SHIRLEY ANN WHITE 

BuKinr«% 
Bcrca. K^-nlurky 




ARTHUR WILLIAMS 

Art 

Trammel, Kentucky 




RALPH DONALD WILLIAMS 

Business 

Annville, Kentucky 



LILLIAN CHARLENE WOLFORD 

Home Economics 

Hindman, Kentucky 




HENRY MN HLNG WOO 

Chemiitn.- 

Kowloon. Hong Kong 




ERNIE LEE WOODS 

History 

West Somerset, Kentucky 



HIIE TA-JEN YANG 

Mathematics 

Berea, Kentucky 



GORDON CRAIG YOL'NG 

Biology 

Prestonsburg, Kentucky 



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SEARCHING 

FOR KNOWLEDGE 



TEXTBOOKS en masse 

NOTES IN NOTEBOOKS — WIDE-LINE OR THIN-LINED 
LATE HOURS AND PRESSURE 
WILL IT ALL BE DONE BY MORNING? 
GUEST LECTURERS, WORSHIP SERVICES, 
CONVERSATION, DISCUSSION, OPINIONS 
CONSIDERED 
SOUND CONCLUSIONS? PERHAPS. 
COMMUNICATION VARIES. THATS NO EXCUSE. 

KEEP ON LEARNING. 
LOOK OUT THE WINDOW . . . 
THINK . . . 

THE HILLS ARE THERE. 



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WALLY CAMPBELL 




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VICTOR FENG 



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RITA WRIGHT 



YOU TAKE THE HIGH; I'LL TAKE THE 
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LISTENING WITH MR. FIRSZT 



TOMMY SAMMONS 



STUDY 
THE ARTS 






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MIKE JENNINGS 



JOHNNY ZORNES 




STUDY BY 
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LEONARD BLANTON 



GRAPHIC ARTS DISPLAY, INDUSTRIAL .UlT BUILDING 




CHAPEL 




Nichols Slonimsky and James Silver 
The Arts and Science Symposium 




Dr. Evelyn DuVall asks, "Why Wait Til Marri- 



age; 



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DON BENEDICT 

Neiv World. New Church 



C. FITZSIMMONS ALLISON 
The Redemption oj Guilt 



JAMES D. GLASSE 

Who Are the Peacemakers? 





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A CAPTIVE AUDIENCE LISTENING 
TO THE VOICE OF AN OUTSIDE WORLD 
PENETRATING . . . PENETRATING . . . 
READINESS? REMINDERS? ENRICHMENT? 
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WORK FOR 
EDUCATION 



LABOR CONTRACTS; SHORT INTERVIEWS 
WHERE THIS SEMESTER? 
BOSSES^ SOME GOOD: SOME BAD 
CONFUSION -WORKING HOURS TOO SHORT 

FOR UNDERSTANDING 
PRIDE — JOB WELL DONE 
LATE AGAIN 

10 MINUTES LOST GETTING TO CLASS 
HAVE I WORKED ENOUGH HOURS? 
PAYCHECKS AT LAST 
LIVING FROM MONTH TO MONTH 
IN THE HILLS. 



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DARRELL GILLIAM 



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JOBS VARY . . . 

FROM THE COVETED JANITOR'S JOB 
TO THE DEMANDING WORK 
OF A FIRE FIGHTER. 

In a practice session, student firemen learn fire figliting techniques. 



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CLERICAL WORK 



POST OFFICE 



FOOD SERVICE 





BOONE 



TAVERN 



Students comprise OO'Tc of the Staff at the college- 
owned hotel famous for its regional foods. 




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BROOMCRAFT 




TERRY TAYLOR 



CANDY 
KITCHEN 




COLLEGE STORE 




The College Store carries text books, classroom supplies, cosmetic articles and 
clothing for students. 



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DAIRY 




BOSSY AND FRIEND 



ELECTRIC UTILITY 




PEARSON HALL 



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FIRESIDE INDUSTRIES 



SPECIALIZING IN HAND WOVEN PRODUCTS 




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GIFT SHOPS 

Student-made products are sold in the Loghouse Salesroom 
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LAUNDRY 



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POTTERY 



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POULTRY 




WATERWORKS 




WOODCRAFT 



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A DAY OF REST 
THE PARADE OF WORKERS 
ASSEMBLY OF THE MASSES 
DANFORTH CREATIVE AWARDS 
AFTERNOON LABOR EXHIBITIONS 
AND THEN . . . 

BACK TO WORK. 





SOCIAL ASPECTS 



ACQUAINTANCE — A BOY AND A GIRL IN THE RAIN. 
SOCIABILITY — A BOY AND A GIRL OBLIVIOUS IN 

THE RAIN LAUGHING TOGETHER WITHOUT RESTRAINT. 
WHILE OTHERS SOCIABLY FLIRT, GOSSIP, DANCE, 
SING, CONVERSE, EAT AND BECOME FRIENDS, 

THEY 
STAND IN THE RAIN. 
WHEN THE SUN IS SHINING, THEY WILL STILL BE 
OF ONE THOUGHT AS THEY SIT AND WATCH . . . 

THE HILLS. 



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Clearance for the Brushy Fork Recreational Area begins. 





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A Berea tradition each year in 

October. 
Over 750 students 
Hike up Indian Fort Mountain. 
Professors tag along — 
To view the area from West Pinnacle, 
Squeeze through 

Fat Man's Misery, 
Fall down Devil's Slide. 
All just part of the 

Berea Way. 



MOUNTAIN DAY 



Carol Fielder and Russ Sword rest after the long climb. 





LIBBEY PALMER AND RON CONLEY 



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SADIE 
HAWKINS 



WEEK 

THE WEEK BEGINS; 

THE RACE IS ON! 

OH, TO CATCH A MAN! 




Loyal cheerleaders spur their teams on to victory! 

Spectators view the annual Powderpuff Game as Pumas and the Wild Asses battle to a 0-0 
game. 













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HOMECOMING 

1965 - 1966 



The winning float: An Anna Smilh/Dana collaboration. 
"Four Hard Years, But Well Worth It" 



Over 500 Alumni returned to Berea for the cele- '•* 
bration. 




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HOMECOMING 
QUEEN 



MISS MARIKA EFTHIMIOV 
Salonica, Greece 



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HOMECOMING COURT 



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CAROL McDANIEL 

Waileville, West Virginia 

NANCY KIRKLAND 
Grant, Alabama 



EVELYN WINKLER 

Memphis, Tennessee 



BETTY HOLL.ANDSWORTH 
Indian Jailer, Virginia 



JENNY HAYNES 
Hazard, Kentucky 



BEULAH ADKINS 

Sivannanoa. North Carolina 

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JAN HILL 
La Follette, Tennessee 



GIRLS' 

INTRAMURAL 

BASKETBALL 




The game as seen from the sidelines 



JAMES I vs. FAIRCHILD 






HOWARD II - III 

INTRAMURAL 

FOOTBALL 

CHAMPIONS 



Back: Ted Bates, David Nutler. Richard Collier, David Sizeraore. Bob Uwson. Mike Jennings. Sam 
B0Eg3. Fran,: Paul Maynion, Bob Ferrebee, Dave Audia, Ron Amburgey, Claude .^llen. Major Mavnard 
Jeff Lovins, Bill Farthing 




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INTRAMURAL 



BASKETBALL 
BINGHAM III 




BINGHAM III vs. HOWARD II-III 





DANA I vs. HOWARD II-III 



DON STACY. ALVIN ARNOLD 



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CHEERLEADERS 



FOR SCHOOL SPIRIT 



Action! Action! We want action! 




Debbie Trusty, Rose Pennington, Sally Griffith, Dee Miller Jeanie Wilson. Markley Hooker 



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Back row: Boneg Owen3. Dave Middleton. Dave Olinger, Howard Williams, J. T. Stinsoo. Middle row: 
Jim Boulware, Earl Varney, Bill Johnson. Gordon Cotton, Allen McLaughlin, C. Wyatt, Coach 
Front row: L. Abbott, Coach, Chuck Eckler, Larry Williamson, Homer Gassett, Jim Durham, D. J. Johnson 



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DEREA vs. UNION 



BEREA vs. CENTRE 





COACH WYATT INSTRUCTS TEAM 




GOLF 










SWIMMING 



Jack Cassell, George Moore. Brent Adams, Melvyn Megson ; not pictured: Paul 
Rominger 








WALLY CAMPBELL 



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Bill Best, Coach 
Eddie Montgomery 
Wally Campbell 
Jim Meade 
Ronnie Cornett 
Eddie Coppock 
Ralph Beverly 
Walter Olin 
Leonard Blanton 
Larry Adldns 
James Winkler 
Bob Clark 
I Brian Aylen 
Bill Johnson 
Steve Yontz 
Larry Grossman 



SOCCER 

1966 — a year of firsts for the fast- 
moving soccer team: (1) Austin 
Ahanotu set a new school record for 
the most goals in a season; (2) A 
B-team was added to the regular team; 
(3) Berea became eligible for the 
NAIA Regional Playoff Tournament 
in Quincy, Illinois. Though eliminated 
at the first of the tourney, Austin 
Ahanotu, letf wing, and Bill Forester, 
goalie, were named to the All-Tourna- 
ment Team. 



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Brevard 




8-2 W 


Miami of Ohio 




2-3 L 


Wilmington 




2-1 W 


Cedarville 




8-2 W 


Morehead 




7-1 W 


University of Kentucky 


6-2 W 


Kentucky Southern 




8-0 W 


University of Kentucky 


3-0 W 



Back roiv: Jerry Tracy, Charles Binion. Pat Wooten, Lynn Murphrce. Dave Sixemore. Paul 
Otieno. Sylvester Cook; Middle row: Bashir Khalil. Ed de Rosset. Wayde Blair. Paul 
Megson, Ron Conley, Melvyn Megson. Mark Alley, Jack Peters. Dave Brodrick. Co^ck; 
Front rote: Joe Willis, Manager, Richard Marange. Simon Saponda. Car>- Adkins, MUhem 
Farhat, Arthur Polela, Roger Slone, Austin Ahanotu. Bill Forester 




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Back: Wilson Evans, Coach, Dan Daniel, Breck Robbins, Wally Frazier, Jim Webb, Ernie Woods, Jim Collins. Front: 
Bruce Mc Kinney, Stanley Tseng, Marion Burch field, Jim Durham 




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CROSS 
COUNTRY 



Andy Piercy 
Bill Burkett, Manager 
Boyd Graves 
Philip Gatton 
David Thomas 
Frank Cornett 
John Thompson 
Juan Walker 
Lloyd Howard 



"BONES" OWENS 



TRACK 



RON CONLEY 








Standing: Chester Cole, Manager, Clyde Creech. Allen McLauphlin, Boyd Graves. Sylvester Cook, James 
"Bones" Owens, Ron Conley, Dennis Roop, Wayne Boles, Glen Kirk, Larr>- Rawlings. Vic Stansbary. David 
Litton, Jerry Harris; Front: \'ic Prinkleton, John Thompson. Fred Benson, Burt Neville, Wavne Tolliver. 
Bill Morgan, Phil Miller, Larry Delph. Dean Bare. Andy Piercy, Juan Walker 




FIELD 
HOCKEY 



A five-car caravan regularly 
left the Berea campus to whip 
the opposition. Four cars went 
straight to their destination 
with a fifth close behind. 
For a winning season, awards 
go to Miss Smith, that de- 
termined coach, and the most 
ardent supporters, Mrs. Sachs 
and Mrs. Upton. 




Bobby Lunsford, Judy McElrath, Doris Brodrick, Nancy Rolen, Sharon Lowe, Shirley Golladay, 
Carol Stamm, Jean Fatton 



NINE WINS 



ONE LOSS 



UNIVERSITY OF KENTUCKY SPORTS 
DAY WINNERS 





RUTH JORDAN 




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GIRLS' 

VARSITY 

BASKETBALL 





"Mom" Hager coached the Berea Belles to a 
successful season as well as a Sports Day vdn 
over Campbellsville, Pikeville and Centre Col- 
leges. 



COUNTRY 
DANCERS 




WAYNE ALLEN, President 

LONNIE DAVIS, Vice-president 

MARY BELLE JOHNSON, Secretary-Treasurer 

KAREN McGUIRE, LEON MILLER, Social 
Chairmen 

BOB VINSON, Publicity Chairman 




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TUESDAY 
AT THE TAB 



dramatic entertainment 
in one act 



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THE MIRACLE WORKER 



THE RAINMAKER 






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THE PASSING OF CHOW CHOW 




PETER PAN 



OF MICE AND MEN 





MARTY COOPER, KE.N DICKEY 



DARK AT THE TOP OF THE STAIRS 




THE 
JOY 

OF 
MUSIC 




THE BEREA BAND: Back row: John Shotwell, Sharon Osolnik, Betsy Evans, Bill Hoskins, Shirley Frank. 
Middle row: Ron Kennedy, Joyce Douglas, John Peters, Mike Mallicoat, Jeff James, James Hamilton, Orville 
Trosper, Director, Curtis Jones, Mark Alley. Front row: Bob Grossman, Ralph Carpenter, Ben Alexander, 
David Sizemore 



Back row Phil Gatton. Dennis Snapp. Dennis Roop, Russell Damron, Delmar Gillette. Larry Adkins, George Mckenzie, Jim Dotson Dennis Singleton, 
Jim Casllen Mike Mallicoat, Curtis Jones, Dan Siedschlag. David Donovan. Middle row: John Johnson, Becky Smith, Shirley Frank. Ann Beard, 
Mary Knight, Martha Ulm, Diane Watsnn. Phyllis Lonp, Linda Landers, Faith Niday. Roger Curry, Wayne Sova, John Campbell, arganisf. I-jont row- 
Jean Lotjan. Peggy Hensley, Darlene Riggs, Donna Stanley, Finley Large, Judy McLaughlin, June Stout, 

George, Ruth 



Ann Harris, Janie Miller, Mona Sue 




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ROLF HOVEY 




THE 19()5 Messiah SOLOISTS; Back: Curtis Jones, Jim Castlcn. Dennis Snapp. From: Mono Sue George, Phyllis Long, 
Rolf Hovey, Director; Shirley Frank, Alice Hicks 



The Harmonia Society traditionally sings Handel's Messiah during the Christmas 







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CUMBERLAND FINE ARTS TRIO: Josef Firszt, Violinist; 
Robert Lewis, Pianist; Joan Velten, Cellist. 



CIOMPI AND WITHERS 



MUSIC 



THE BEREA CIVIC ORCHESTRA 





USSR AND UKRANIAN DELEGATrONS: Back row: George Girfin. Jim Branscome, Patsy Chad- 
well, Iverson Warinner. Front row: Jerry Kjdd, Jo Ncuber, Ed Collctt, Don Hirflchman 




LUNA 

The LUNAtics returned from 
their four-day trip to Indiana 
University with top honors. 
Berea's Ukraine and USSR 
delegations tied for the best 
delegations and Donnie Mur- 
ray was first runner-up in 
the outstanding delegate cate- 
gory. 



DEBATE TEAM 



Larry Bowman. Betty Jean Hall, Jim Gregory. Tom Bedwell 



DEBATES 1966 

University of Cincinnati Tau Kappa 

Alpha Regional Tournament 
Kentucky State Tournament, Eastern 

State College 
Western College Invitational 
Midwinter Forensic Tournament, Berea 
Pioneer Debate, Eastern State 
Bluegrass Invitational, Georgetown 
Southern Speech Debate, Miami, Fla. 




APPALACHIAN 
VOLUNTEERS 



IMPROVING EASTERN KENTUCKY 




SCHOOL ENRICHMENT: WELL HOPE SCHOOL, ROCKCASTLE 
COUNTY 




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JIM GREGORY 
GARY VAUGHT 
TOM HUTCHENS 



MIKE CLARK 
ED de ROSSET 
WAYNE ALLEN 



TOP TWELVE 




JACK FRYMAN 
HENRY WOO 
JIM SHAW 




ROBERT FLOWERS 
IVERSON WARINNER 
JIM CASTLEN 




MAY QUEEN 




MRS. GLENNA ROBERSON SHAW 

BEREA, KENTUCKY 





Dancing around the May Pole — a festive tradition at Berea. 



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MAY COURT 




MISS YUKIKO SUZUKI 



MISS RACHEL UPCHURCH 



MISS HOPE WALJE 



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MAY COURT 




MISS ROSEMARY 
RIDENOUR 



MISS VIRGINIA PALMER 



miss judith 
McLaughlin 



MISS FRANCES GWYNN 



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MISS MARY GRACE 
CHESTNUT 



MISS MARIKA 
EFTHIMIOU 



MISS LIS DA AIVILLE 



ISS LORETTA ELLEDGE 



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EXPERIMENT 
IN LIVING 



THE BEREA COMMUNITY — 

FOR STUDENTS A MICROCOSMIC EXPERIMENT 

DESTINED TO END. 
MAJOR ELEMENTS? 

YOU AND I; PEOPLE! 

IN LARGE GROUPS, MEDIUM-SIZED GROUPS, 

SMALL GROUPS. 
POWER LIES IN SPIRIT-FUSION TO MAKE US 

ONE! 
ASK, "FOR WHAT?" 
THEN, LOOK AT THE HILLS AND KNOW WHERE YOUR 

UNIQUENESS LIES. 



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STUDENT 

GOVERNMENT 

STUDENT ASSOCIATION 

AND 

JUDICIAL COMMISSION 




Matthew McEnnerney, SA President 





STUDENT ASSOCIATION OFFICERS: Birdell Hensley, Secretary; Ed CoUett, Treasurer; Jenny Palmer. 
Communications Officer; Iverson Warinner. Vice President; Jack Loudermilk, Parliamentarian; Matthew McEnnerney, 
President, seated front 



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Ernie Woods, Judicial Chairman, installs the 1965-66 Student Association 
Officers. 





JUDICIAL COMMISSION: Ruth Van Clere. Karon McGuire. Bill Johnson. 
Mike Beldcn. Tom Bedwell. George Hunter. Ernie Woods. Chairman. .Vol 
pictured: Mary Jane Caponile, Larry Blair, Bill McCov 



SENATE MEETING 



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WOMEN'S 
ASSOCIATION 

WA governs the women. 
Concerned with 
Rewriting the constitution, 
The demerit controversy, 
Smith Exchange Students 
And 
Women's Day. 





WOMEN'S COUNCIL MEETING 




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SMITH EXCHANGE STUDENTS 



LINDA AUVILLE 



NANCY LATHAM 



Marika Eflhimiou, Socio/ Chairman: Sylvia Smith, Secretary; Nanry Latham, Vice President; Karon McGuire, 
President; Frankie Gwynn, romen's Day Chairman; Linda Wynkoop. Clothing Standards Chairman: Fran 
Russell, Treasurer 




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MEN'S 
ASSOCIATION 

MA governs the men. 

Concerned with 

Rewriting the constitution, 

Better-equipped dorms 

And 

Top Twelve. 




Henry Woo, Treasurer; Tom Hutchens. President. Bill Johnson. Vice-Preiidfnl 
Jim Cssllen, Social Chairman 




MENS COUNCIL MEETING 



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CLASS 
OFFICERS 



SENIOR CLASS 
Stan Bishop 

Vice President 
Bob Singleton 

Men's Social Chairman 
Lynda Brodersen 

Somen's Social Chairman 
Sheila Anderson 

Treasurer 
Rachel Upchurch 

Secretary 
Ed de Rosset 

President 



JUNIOR CLASS 
Jenny Haynes 

Secretary 
Mary Lee Smock 

Treasurer 
Don Maggard 

Men's Social Chairman 
Rick Gunter 

President 
Janie Miller 

Women's Social Chairman 
Elwood Morgan 

Vice-President 



CONSTRUCTION SITE: NEW LIBRARY 





SOPHOMORE CLASS: Paul Chappell. Vice President; Betly Jean Hall. Treoiurer ; Cuba Fraoks. Womtn't 
Social Chairman; Eldon Chambers, Men's Social Chairman; Jim Bransromc, President; Dartene Riggs, 
Secretary, 



FRESHMAN CLASS: Greg Clendenin. Treasurer; Jan Hill, Secretary; Car)- Slallard, Vice President; Phil 
CattoD, Men's Social Chairman; Wendy Smith, Women's Social Chairman; Dean Bare, President. 




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People at Pine Mountain 

Settlement School. 
With guests such as 
Senator Cooper, 

Larry Greathouse. 
Campus leaders . . . 

Who study problems. 
Problems of a Class Attendance System. 
Problems of Fines and Fees. 
People . . . 

Elected by fellow students. 
Politicians . . . 

In a democratic society — 
Striving for a better Berea. 



Senator John Sherman Cooper speaks 



General Assembly in the Laurel House 





LEADERSHIP TRAINING 
CONFERENCE 



Singing and discussion — All part of LTC 




Mike Clark 
EDITOR 

Doug Jessee 
ASSOCIATE EDITOR 

Bob Vinson 
MANAGING EDITOR 

CO-NEWS EDITORS, Sylvia Smith and 
Ann Van Sant;SPORTS EDITOR, Chuck 
Williams FEATURE EDITOR, Johnny 
Shotwell; ADVERTISING MANAGER. 
Lenora Stewart; BUSINESS MASAGER, 
Darrell Gilliam; FACULTY ADVISOR, 
Mrs. Janet Kreider; CIRCULATION 
MANAGER, Kathy Stewart; LAY-OUT 
ASSISTANT, Raymond Howard. 

REPORTERS: Laurie Weeks, Mary Alice 
Tyree. Gary Abrams, Paul Chappell, 
Fran Nichols, Tom Watts, Jim Dotson, 
Gustina Barton 

TYPISTS: Rachel Love, Linda Orfield 

PROOFREADERS: Jo Neuber, Kathy 
Stewart, Janice Hill, Mary Smith 

SPORTS REPORTERS: Jimmy Durham, 
Jerry Tolliver, Ralph Beverly, Carol 
Fielder 

CIRCULATION ASSISTANTS: Jackie 
Thomas, Mary Haire, Judy McGuirc. 
Marilyn Oliver, John Mast, Mary Ellen 
Smith, Steve Tucker, Carol Marcum, 
Marie Tychonievich 




BOB VINSON. Managing Editor 



LENORA STEWART, Ads; MIKE CLARK, Editn, 





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CUSTODIAN OF THE 
STUDENT'S RIGHT 

TO KNOW 



CHUCK WILLIAMS, Sports Editor 



A NIGHT AT THE PINNACLE OFFICE 






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CHIMES 

WE WORKED LONG HOURS. 

WE GOT DEPRESSED. 

WE HUNG PAPER MOBILES 

FROM THE WATER PIPES. 
WE WERE ENCOURAGED. 
WE QUIT. 
WE NEVER MADE A 

DEADLINE, BUT . . . 
WE DID IT! 




PHOTOGRAPHY: Back row: Bob Schneider. Gerald Lovedahl. Melvyn Megson. 
Front TOW : Russell England, Jeff James, Bashir Khalil 





EDITORS: Ken Dickey, Advertising; Carol Fielder, Subscriptions; Sandy Walker, Editor-in-Chief ; Bob 
Boyce, Layout; Ed Shy tie, Business Manager; Linda Wynkoop, Index 



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TWENTY 
WRITERS 

TINCIE WORRELL, President 

RICHARD HAROLD, Vice President 

BARBARA BATES, Secretary 

KENNEY ANDERSON 

MARY CAMPBELL 

RICHARD CRANE 

RAY CROLEY 

TOM KIRSTEIN 

JEAN LOEBER 

CANDY LYNCH 

FRAN NICHOLS 

JOHN SHOTWELL 

RICHARD SUTHERLIN 

BOB VINSON 

BARRY WACKERLE 




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The Twenty Writers prepare their annual literary magazine for publication. 



M. FAULKNER, Sponsor 




PRESIDENT 




FRANCIS STEPHENSON 

HUTCHINS, LL.D. 

President 



"/ ivould wish that the next president^ 
has more time in which to dream." 







ADMINISTRATION 



KARL E. WARMING. A.B. 
Business Manager 



CHARLES LOUIS SMITH, Ph.D. 
Dean of the College 



KENNETH HERMAN THOMPSON, Ph.D. 
Associate Dean of the College 
Director, Veterans Service 









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ERVIN LAMAR CONNELLY, B.S. 

Purchasing Agent 



DANIEL TEH-EN YANG, J.S.D 

Treasurer 




G. HAROLD ANDREWS. M.B.A. 
Director of Student Industries 




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ANN MARSHALL. M.Ed. 
Dean of ff^omcn 



ALLAN THEODORE 

MOKHEIM, M.A. 
Director uf Admission 



WILSON ARNOLD EVANS. Ed.D. 

Dean of Labor 

Director of Son-Acadf^mic Personnel 




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VIRGINIA LLXILLE AUVIL. A.B. 
Registrar 



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JAMES DONALD GRAHAM, Th.M. 
Coordinator of Religious Activities 




PAUL C. HAGER, A.M. 
Director of Guidance and Testing 




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BILLY FAY BEST, M.S. 
Cuordinator o} Social Activities 



SAM G. STAHL, B.A. 
Director of Public Relations 





LOUISE BRERETON GIBSON. M.S. 
Director of Audioi'isual Ser.i ' 





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FACULTY 



EDD C. HOGG 
M.S., Kentucky 

ROBERT L, JOHNSTONE, Ch. 
Ph.D., Illinois 

SAMUEL EDWARD WHEELER 
M.S., Kentucky 



AGRICULTURE 




CLAUDE E. GENTRY 
M.S.. Kentucky 



JONAS PATTERSON SHUCARS 
M.S., Kentucky 



NOEL STEPHENS. JR. 
Ph.D., Kentucky 



ART 



JAMES RILEY BOBBITT 

Ph.D., Indiana 

THOMAS STERN FERN 

M.F.A., Minnesota 

SARI I. KHOURY 

M.F.A., IFesleyan 

DOROTHY W TREDENNICK, CoCh. 

A.M., Michigan 

SALLY WILKERSON 

M.F.A., Cranbook Academy of An 

ADELE L. YANCO 

M.F.A., Claremont Graduate School 

FREDERICK J. ZIMMERMAN 

M.F.A., State University oj Iowa 




LESTER FRED PROSS, CoCh 
A.M., Oberlin 



NEIL Dl TERESA 
A.M., New Mexico 



BIOLOGY 



FRANKLIN B. GAILEY. Ch. 
Ph.D., Wisconsin 



RICHARD N. BARNES 
Ph.D., California (Davis) 




MATILDA CARTLEDGE 

M.R.E., Biblical Seminary 

M.S., Tennessee 



HERSCHEL LESTER HULL 
.4.M., Missouri 




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THOMAS R. BEEBE 

Ph.D., Wisconsin 
Systematic Scientist 



CHEMISTRY 



FRANKLIN B. CAII.EY 
Ph.D., ITticoniin 

CERRIT LEVEY. Ch. 

P/i.Cl.. Ifttconun 




DALE K. M'i'ERS 
A.B., Berea 




RICHARD TORCOR HOUGEN 
B.S.. Cornell 




ECONOMICS 
BUSINESS 



MARY HAZEL LINCOLN 

A.M., Colorado State College 

of Education 

BERNARD DAVIS 
A.M., Kentucky 





WILLIAM EDWARD NEWBOLT 
A.M., Kentucky 

WILSON .ARNOLD EV.\.NS 
Ed.D., Columbia 



ROBERT G. MENEFEE, Ch. 
Ph.D., ITijconsin 



EDUCATION 





RUTH WASHBURN DAVIS 
A.M., Kentucky 

DOROTHY W. MILLER 
A.M., Georgetown 



DOROTHY W. BUCKLAND 
A.M., Eastern Kentucky 



ROSCOE V. BUCKLAND 
Ed.D., Virginia 






MELVA JEAN FOLEY 
A.M., Northwestern 



NELL GILL 

A.M., Teachers College, Columbia 



PAT W. WEAR. Ch. 
Ed.D., Kentucky 



ENGLISH 



VONCIEL DAVIS 
B.S., Marion 

MARGARET DINGMAN McCOY 
M.A., Teachers College, Columbia 

PAUL NELSON POWER 
A.B., Berea 

LOUISE MOORE SCRIVNER 
A.M., Teachers College, Columbia 



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MARION D. ANDREWS 
A.M., Radclille 



FRANCES ELEANOR BROOKS 
A.M., RadcUge 



FLORENCE M. BROOKS 
A.M., Michigan 



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ROSE MAUREEN FAULKNER 
A.M., North Carolina 



CAROL GESNER 
Ph.D., Louisiana State 



JEROME WILLIAM HUGHES 
Ph.D., Slate University of Iowa 



THOMAS MrROBERTS KREIDER 
Ph.D., Cincinnati 




VIRGINIA P. MATTHIAS 
A.M., Mount Holyoke 



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EMMA MARIE REEVERTS 
A.M., Michigan 




HELEN POST ROSS 
A.B., WelUiley 





EMILY ANN SMITH, Ch. 
A.M., Columbia 



WILLIAM J. SCHAFER 
A.M., Minnesota 




E. M. THERRIAULT 
A.M., Southern California 




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M.\RY LOU TROSPER 
A.M., Teacher's College, Cclumbii 



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FOREIGN 
LANGUAGES 



AMANDA KOGERMA 

University of Gottingen 

GLADYS PERLE LOUISDA 
M.A., University of Washington 





RUTH DeGAMBOA 
A.M., Chicago 



FRANCES B. DONDERO 
A.M., Cincinnati 




ALBERTO FUENTEVILLA 
LI.D. Institute de la Habona 



KRISTJAN SIILEV KOGERMA 
A.M., Wisconsin 



CHARLOTTE FERRY LUDLUM 
Ph.D., Cornell 



CHARLES ERNEST PAUCK 
Ph.D., Ohio State 



GEOLOGY AND GEOGRAPHY 



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HISTORY 

POLITICAL SCIENCE 



ZELEK LAWRENCE LIPCHINSKY 
M.S., Florida 




CHARLOTTE PERRY LUDLUM 
Ph.D., Cornell 

CHARLES LOUIS SMITH 
Ph.D., Chicago 



PHILLIPS BRADLEY. Ph.D., London 
Public Affairs Forum (seated right) 






RICHARD ALLEN HECKMAN 
Ph.D., Indiana 




RICHARD BRYANT DRAKE. Ch. 
Ph.D., Emory 




NORMAN L. HILL 
Ph.D., Ifisconsin 




DEAN WARREV LAMBERT 
A.,\t., Kentucky 



FRANK J. WRAY 
Ph.D., Yale 





HOME 

ECOXOMICS 



JANET M. HUNTZINCER 
B.S., yebraska Sta:e 



RUTH M. LEIDIG 
M.S.y.Ed., Indiana 



AGNES MARIE ASPNES 
M.S., Wiscomin 



AGNES M. DINSMORE 
M S., Cornell 



DONNA E. LARSON 
B.S., Drexel 



VIRGINIA RUTH WOODS. Ch. 
M.S., Wisconsin 




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INDUSTRIAL 
ARTS 



JAMES RILEV BOBBITT 
Ph.D., Indiana 



CARL G. KILBOURNE 
A.M., Eastern Kentucky 





JAMES R. HALL 
M.A., Eastern Kentucky 



ERSAL W. KINDEL 

M.S., Kansas State College 

of Pittsburgh 



RUDE OSOLNIK, Ch. 

M.S., Bradley Polytechnic Institute 



LIBRARY 
SCIENCE 



MILDRED CAROLYN ROBERTS 
M.A., M.S., Kentucky 

LOUISE YANG 
M.A., Michigan; M.S., Kentucky 




ELIZABETH DINWIDDIE GILBERT, 

Ch. 

B.S.i Western Reserve 



FAUNICE HUBBLE 
B.S., Kentucky 



GERALD B. HUBBLE 

M.S., Kentucky 



MATHEMATICS 



ANN L BROOKS 
A.M., Cincinnaii 



KENNETH H. CRAWFORD 
M.S., Florida State 





GEORGE GILBERT ROBERTS. Ch. 
A.M., Kentucky 



THEODORE MATHIS WRIGHT 
A.M., Michigan 



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MUSIC 



JOHN C. CAMPBELL 
M.Mus., Oklahoma 

JOHN DOUGLAS CHRISMAN 

M.S., Juttiard School of Music 

PAUL DAVIS 
M M., Peabody Conservatory 

JOSEPH FIRSZT 
B.M., Cleveland Institute of Music 

ROBERT JERRY LEWIS 
M.Mus., Louisiana State 

JOAN VELTEN 
M.Mus., Indiana 






MARGARET BELKNAP ALLEN 
A.M., Stanford 



ROLF E. HOVEY, Ch. 
A.M., New Yorit 



ORVILLE W. TROSPER 
i.d.0., Columtyut 



NURSING 



JIMMYE M. STEPHENSON 
M.N., Emory 




RUTH M. LEIDIC 
M.S., N.Ed., Indiana 




E. FRANCES ALLEN 
M.P.H., Univ. of North Carolina 




LAURA A. CRAWFORD 
M.N., Emory 





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ALICE G. HERM.VN 
B.S., Western Reserve 




DORA R. MAY 
M.S., N.Ed., Indiana 



BEULAH E. MILLER. Ch. 
Ed.D., Nete York Cmxersi^ 





MARTHA W. PRIDE 
M.S., Boston University 



RUTH MARGARET SUTERS 
B.S., Berea 



PHYSICAL EDUCATION 
AND HEALTH 



LESTER BRAVEL ABBOTT 
M.S., Ohio State 



J. BATES HENDERSON, Ch. 
M.D., Cincinnati 



CLAREN'CE HODGES WYATT 
A.M., Kentucky 



PHYSICS 



JAMES E. PARKS 
A.M., Tennessee 

MARVIN GAY PAYNE 
A.B., Berea 

THOMAS DAVID STRICKLER, Ch. 
Ph.D., Yale 




MARILYN ELAINE SMITH 
B.S., Florida State 



MARY LOU PROSS 
B.S., Miami 



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PSYCHOLOGY 



JOHN F. WHITE 
U.S., Ftofi4a Sutf 



ALICE VAN KREVELEN, Ch. 
Ph.D., Rochester 




WILLIAM GORDON ROSS; Ph.D., Columbia. Ch. 




IRA J. MARTIN 
Th.D., Bostcn 




GEORGE SHERER NOSS 
Th.D., Union Theological Seminary 




RELIGIOy 
PHILOSOPHY 



JAMES DONALD GRAHAM 
Th.M., Collet' ol the BibU 

JAMES P. ORWIC 
Ed.D., Michigan State 




JAMES Y. HOLLOWAY 
Ph.D., Yale 




JOHN R. OSBORNE 
A.M., Christian Theological Semincry 



NORRIS BROXTNLNG •STOODIE 
PhJ)., YcU 



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PERLEY FERNANDO AYER 
M.S., Cornell 



JAMES E. STERMER 
M,Ed., Wayne State 




"BUT IT DOESN'T HAVE ANY FUR!" 



138 



oil, THOSE FACLLTY MEETINGS! 





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THE 

JUNIOR 

CLASS 



ELSIE GLETTNER 



Larry Lee Adkins 
Alvin Gene Arnold 
Brenda Ann Baldwin 
Patricia Mae Ballard 



Wanda Gail Barnes 
Charles Micha Belden 
Georgia Fay Bellamy 
Ronald J. Black 
Leonard Franklin Blanton 



Paula Sue Bohn 
Dollie Sherilda Boolhe 
Alfred Larry Boulware 
John Paisley Bryant 
Sharon Lorraine Bryant 
Mary Pearl Buck 



Chyrl Jean Burgett 
Barbara Anne Campbell 
Samuel Richard Carlton 
Ruby Margaret Carr 
Josephine Causey 
William C. Chappell 




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Bobby Lee Clark 
Judy Ann Coates 
Beverley Jean Cody 
Gail Brashear Combs 
Edrick Gerald Coppock 
Franklin Dave Corbett 



Billy Carroll Craft 
Charles Edward Crase 
Donald Clyde Creech 
Mary Jane Cribbs 
Louise Mason Curry 
Teresea Daniels 



Donna Lee Dempsey 
Polly Anne Downs 
Reba Frances Earley 
Charlene Carol Eldridge 
James David Evans 
Brenda Joyce Farmer 



Carol Anne Fielder 
Carol Sue Fletcher 
Robert Lynn Flowers 
Ronald H. Flyno 
Charles William Forrester 
John Nelson Fryman 



Theodore Fuller 
Naomi Ruth Funk 
Mona Sue George 
Carol Elizabeth Gilliam 
Robert Edward Green 
Joy Ann Greene 



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LARRY SNELL 



JnmfK Krnnklin Cfgory 
Eltif Sii'r Gii'-ltnrr 
Ititkcy Van Guntcr 



Connir Lynn Hackney 
Sandra MarW- Half 
MabrI £lain<.- Uannpton 



Michael Edward Harvey 
Virginia Leigh HayneB 
Peggy Sue Htnalcy 



Gerald Floyd Holmes 
Barbara Rose Houaley 
Glenda Sue Hughes 



Judy Ann Hutching 
Linda L. Jarrelt 
Sedahlia Jasper 





William Leroy Johnson 
John Edward Jones 
Ikuko Kajikawa 



Jerry Duane Kidd 
Hedwine Frances Kincer 
Joyce Karen Ledbetter 



Ellen Marie Leonard 
Esen Keskin Lowrie 
Donald Cooper Maggard 



Matthew Leo McEnnerney 
Brenda Ford McMahan 
Helen Ann Miller 



BIRDELL HE.NSLEY 




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Jane Ellen Miller 
Catherine Anne Mills 
Joyce Marie Mitchell 



Jeanne Rae Moran 
Lovada Joan Morrison 
David Henan Nutter 



Walter John Olin. Jr. 
Barbara Jo Owens 
Rose Millet Pennington 



James Irvin Phelps, Jr. 

Phyllis Jean Pigmon 
Carolyn Ruth Powers 



Helen Francis Pratt 
Essie Maxzine Proax 
Gerald Dee Ray 



Mary Jane Reeves 
Judy Linda Rhodes 
Freda Faye Robbins 



Phyliss Ann Robinson 
Nanclynn Joy Rolen 
Elizabeth Ann Rose 



Majorie Vivian Russell 
Elizabeth Ann Seneker 
Pamela Yvonne Shupe 



Clyde Edward Shytle, Jr, 
Roger Lee Slonc 
Mary Lee Smock 




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CECIL CONNORS 




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JERRV KIDD 



ALICE GIBSON 



Judy Faye Stewart 
Leslie Lenora Stewart 
Christine Stumbo 
Larry Gordon Sutton 
Betty Anne Taylor 



David Skillman Thomas 
Jerry Lynn Tolliver 
Sandra Louise Walker 
Beuna Diane Watson 
Geraldine Spencer Webb 



James Watson Webb 
Shirley Jean Welch 
David Paul Wesley 
Geraldine Louise Willia 
Carolyn Louise Wilson 



Dennis Patrick Woolen 
Tincie Marie Worrell 
Janice Lynne Wyatt 
Linda Sheryl Wynkoop 
Kenneth Clay York 



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THE SOPHOMORE CLASS 




JEFF LOVINS 



Lester Lawrence Alley 
Ronald Edward Amburge 
Rebecca Culnar Ansary 



David Samuel Audia 
Bonnie Jean Baker 
Carolyn Sue Baker 



Ann Lora Beard 
Thomas Edward Bedwell 
Arnold Blankenship 



Raleipli James Boulware 
Dorothy Sue Breeck 
Karen Lynn Browning 



Joy Catherine Bryant 
Connie Bruce Carpenter 
Deliliah Faye Carter 



Eldon Roberds Chambers 
Jo Ann Chappelear 
Paul Wallace Chappell 



Matlie Elizabeth Childers 
Paula Dolores Childress 
Geraldine Sue Cochrane 



Sarah £rne«tine Adkioi 




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KEN FULLER 



Chester Reeves Cole 
Richard Wayne Collier 
Phillip Allan Cooke 
Thomas Edward Cooper 
Chester Morris Copeland 
Dennis Eugene Cox 



Wanda Lee Craine 
Wanda Faye Croley 
Frances Sharon Curd 
George Gilbert Curry 
Marsha Ann Daniel 
Burma Jean Davis 



Carol Joyce Deel 
Kenneth Marion Dickey II 
Betty Louise Dotson 
Joyce Marie Douglas 
Barbara Sue Douglas 
Joseph Dean Duvall 



Michael Andrew Eirich 
James Edward Farris 
Harry Lee Feeback 
Patricia Ann Fie 
Julia Rose Flaspoehler 
Wayne V. Francis 





SHARON HUFF 



SHARON PAYNE 




Cfilm Marir Frankn 
Hiigli Ki-nnrlh KiilNr 
Wallnfc J.avft) Cntfwood 



CasHnndra Eloinir Gayhoart 
iinyil J. Torn.- Gravrp* 
Sally Janr; Griffit;! 



Laiirrm-f WilHam Cr(is<tnian 
Susan Jarquolinr Giinkler 
Gwendolyn Jean Hale 



Betty Jean Hall 
Benjamin Wilion Harman 
Frederick Lee Hatcher 



Sharon Gail Hatfield 
Catlierine Bernice Hawkins 
Katherine Dade Heaton 



Virgie Frances Hines 
James William Hornbiickle 
Brenda Joyce Howard 



Brenda Sharon Huff 
Clyde Boyd Huskey 
Judith Kav Irvine 



Ceveline Jackson 
I.inda Joyce Jackson 
Margaret Elizabeth Jones 



Phvllis Sue Jones 
Annette King 
Don Reece King 




m!s 




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Victoria Earline Kirby 
Robert Eugene Lawson 
Brenta Gayle Lewis 
Sharon Rose Lowe 
Susan Kay Lund 



Jerry Mitchel Lyall 
Grace Marsh 
Linda Gayle Martin 
Lucretia Ann McClure 
Joyce Ann Meadows 



Leo Daniel Meddings 

David Ray Middleton 

Elmer Leon Miller 

Earl Rhine Mitchell 

Henry Edward Montgomery, Jr. 



Samson Wisdom Musoni 
Tommy Wayne Napier 
Paul Leland OUis 



Denver Parks 
Sharon Lee Payne 



Coy Tatum Phillips, Jr. 
Forrest Gray Porterfield 
Gary Vaughn Prater 




MARY KATHERINE POWERS 



Patty Sue Ray 

Sandy Sue Reedy 

Sarah Clementina Richards 



Janice Darlcne Rigfs 
Fredrick Arledge Rivera 
Barbara Elaine Roundtree 



Bruce Alexander Saulmon 
Marble Delphine Saylor 
Lee Roy Schrocder 



Shirley Sue Sexton 
Edith Yvonne Shiffllett 
Johnny Mack Shotwell 





Margaret Ann Walker 
Deborah Catherine Watts 
Laura Jean Weeks 
Joyce Faye Williams 
Clyde Lee Wilmot 
Doris Jean Wilson 



Dustina Annette Wooton 
Ann Christine Wyatt 
Glenda Faye Yaden 
Charles Slephan Yontz 
Cassandra Zimmerman 
Johnny Ellwood Zornes 



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152 



THE 

FRESHMAN 

CLASS 



Jrrry Wnyric Ahnh'tr 
Willijim Itali-li A.Iami 
Cary N';il Afll(in« 



Diana I.ynn Adkins 
John ThomflF* Akf-r« 
MarcuB Moorc Allty 



Stephen Floyd Anglcy 
Lucy Mac Ariz 
Mary Ann Aahby 



Donald Lewis Austin 
Helen Sue Austin 
James Dane Austin 



Brian Frederick Aylen 
Lindsey Rusael Back 
Wayne Reece Bales 




Jackie Thomas, Kathy Stewart, and Linda Orfield 

Registration Desk for the Kentucky Intercollegiate Press Conference 




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Frederick Benson 
Charles Raymond Binion 
James Richard Blackburn 
Anthony Leon Blair 
Wayde Douglas Blair 
Robert Stevenson Blake 



Edna Delores Bond 
Phyllis Ann Bowen 
Larry C. Breeding 
Ernest Joel Brinegar 
Teresa Jane Brown 
Richard Wayne Brubaker 



Mary Ann Buck 
Bobby Wayne Burchette 
Percillia Jeanne Byrd 
John Cecil Callebs 
William Cook Carter, Jr. 
David Scott Childers 



Joe Gregg Clendenin 
Linda Gail Cogdill 
John Thomas Coleman 
Robert Bruce Coleman 
Conrad G. College 
Jimmie Alan Collins 



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Lucy Manpese Duckett 
Jamc3 Faulkner Durham 
Steplu-n Clark Ellis 
Avonelle Fairchild 
Nina Ann Fairchild 
Wanda Kay Falls 



Norma Kay Farthing 
Edd Albert Fenner 
Leana Laverne Ferguson 
Laura Jean Fields 
Larry Alan Fitzwater 
Rosa Louise Floyd 



Michael Ray Forrester 
Philip Norman GattoD 
Bobbie Jo Gay 
Jacob Michael Gibson 
Norman Howard Gibson 
Delmar Clayton Gillette 



Clirixtine Marl*- f:onwBy 
Brenda Cuf^Iyn Cook 
June CootB 



Frank Lee Cornrtt 
Ronnie Dill Cornell 
Gordon HiifFnian Cotton 



William Larry Counta 
Angelyn Sharee Crowe 
Mary June CundJff 



David Lee Curry 
Katie Naomi Dalton 
Philip Nash Dalton 



Carolyn Ann David 
Charles Lenlos Davis, Jr. 
Donna Joyce Dean 



Larry Allen Delph 
Daris Jean Dickenson 
Charles Henry Dickerson 





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M^i^^k 







Mary Kathleen Gillis 
Sandra Lou Godsey 
Barbara Ann Goings 



Jack French Goodman 
Patricia Ellen Graham 
Mary Francis Haire 



Coy Hamblin 
Martha Ann Hamlett 
Rebecca Jean Hamner 



Mary Elizabeth Harris 

Ross Harris 

Linda Louise Helleson 



Arthur Ray Herndon 
Carol Jean Hibbard 
Howard Glyen Hill, Jr. 



Janice Kay Hill 
James Ernest Hillard 
Pamela Corinne Hinds 
Betty Lou Hollandsworth 



Wanda Lucille Hollandsworth 
Markley Elizabeth Hooker 
Judy Lula Mae Hopkins 
Valerie Hall Hovey 
Gary Burnett Howard 



George David Hunter 
Pegpy Moberly Hurt 
Robbie Vincent Huskisson 
Betty Jo Hyatt 
Jarrett Wayne Jackson 



Jeffrey Grant James 
Linda Lorene Jestes 
Gary Charles Johnson 
Alice Beverly Jones 
Elizabeth Ann Jones 




SHARON SNIDER 




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Linda Sue Jonm 
Yvonne Mari«; Jon«» 



BoTTtES Rt 




Freshmen abide by rules meticuously 



Judith Kav Knott 
Sliaron Kay Lakes 
Linda Fave Landers 
Joy Ann Landruni 
Mary Ann Little 
Linda Lou Lloyd 



Rebecca Jane Lopgins 
Raoliel Love 
Gerald Grev Luvedahl 
Johnnv Ran.Uc Lovill 
PanI Samuel Lvda 
Micliael Herman Mallicoat 



Carol Janclle Marciim 
Jo Ann Marshall 
John Edward Mast 
Connie Ann MeClausbry 
Priscilla Sue M.David 
Dianne Rave McDonald 



Lonnic l.f.n Krrn 
Kunnic Kay Kern 



Joyce Anne Kilburn 
Charles Niekeh Kilgore 



Robert Preston Kilgorc 
Valaria Jane Kilgore 






Daniel Eugene Kilpatrick 
Aubrey Lee Kiser 




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Judith Daryl McGuire 
Janet Kay McKinney 
Allen Joseph McLaughlin 
Sonja Nadine McWhorter 
Jimmy Meade 
Gwenda Anne Meadows 



Billy Carroll Melton 
Florence Delores Miller 
Philip Wayne Miller 
Emory Lee Mills 
Mary Frances Mills 
Carol Randolph Moore 



George Wilson Moore III 
Roy Leamon Moore 
Gary Lee Moran 
Joan Elouise Murray 
Robert Eugene Neville 
Marshall Everett Norton 



Margaret Yukiko Okuma 
Marilyn Oliver 
Linda Dianne Orfield 
Danny Reid Orton 
Paul Gordon Mugelle Otif 
Jo Aon Pace 



Elizabeth Ann Palmer 
Thomas Cleveland Parker 
Larry W. Parman 
Sharon Frances Parsons 
Nancy Evelyn Pickle 
Sharon Merilee Poore 



Richard Clark Pope 
Priscilla Carol Powell 
Lelia Fon Prater 
Danny Ray Price 
Patricia Paulette Price 
Jannetle Rose Pugh 




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Haircut: Blue Ridge style 



KATHY GILLIS AND 
LARRY ADKINS 




Jarifl Mnri'- Knd'T 
Hnlj.h Millori Hanan 
n.-xtf-r Kalliff 



Hrl*n Riilli Ratliff 
J.-rri ],inih HallifT 
Bfulah Anna M<:1I<-- Rcntau 



Donna Bruce Rhodes 
Rcfjina Carol Ricliartlson 
Ronald Patrirk Ricliard»on 



Peggy Sue Ripley 
Daniel Lee Robinson 
Ernest Lesley Robinson 



Robert Rodriguez 
Dennis Russell Roop 
Marilyn Rose 



Betty Ann Rousey 
Lucy Margaret Rozier 
Ernest Ray Rudder 



Lynn Dell Sasser 
Joan Lois Saunders 
Liana Lee Schwemer 



Leslie Owen Scoggin 
Catherine Alfreda Scott 
Judy Scott 



Sharon Kaye Searls 
Jane Hanna Settle 
Patricia Jane Serverson 




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£^£ 







Joseph Roy Sharpe 
David Eugene Shelton 
Rebecca Ann Shepherd 
Reva Jane Shepherd 
Phillis Jean Shipman 



Judith Ann Shrout 
Daniel Doss Siedschlag 
Peggy Elizaheth Sisson 
Peggy Rose Sloan 
George Matt Slusher 



George Leslie Smathera 
Archie Elliot Smith 
Joanne Smith 
Mary Ellen Smith 
Monte Dale Smith 



Odell Sylvester Smith, Jr. 
Patricia Jo Smith 
Wendelyn Marie Smith 
Sharon LaNieve Snider 
Ranald Kyle Spence 



EDD FE\NER 




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Lois Marie Watson 
Gary Ford Watts 
Linda Carol While 
Rebecca Sue Wiiitc 
Geraldinc Belle Whitlock 
Loraine Williams 



Hubert Dale Wilson 
Barry Nelson Wood 

atricia Ann Woodward 
LeRoy Paul Worley 
Veruo Watson Worshflni 
Elizabeth Dillon Wright 



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THE FOUNDATION SCHOOL 

EXCITEMENT AND NOISE 
ELATION VERSUS DEPRESSION 
AN ENDLESS WHIRL OF ACTIVITY 
EXISTENCE: THE SHEER JOY OF LIVING; 

OF DOING THINGS TOGETHER 
THE KEY: ENTHUSIASM, ENTHUSIASM 
TESTING CRITERIA 

WHY SO MANY CHANNELS TO ADULTHOOD 

IN THE HILLS? 




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For endless years of . . . 
Dedicated service 
Personal interest in all 
Unselfishness with his time 
Patience in labs 
With sternness 

offset by a smile 
For all these reasons 

and more 
The 1966 Foundation Section 
is dedicated to 
Mr. James Grossman 





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Peace and quiet . . . 

Friendly laces . . . 

Togetherness . . . 

Dorm life . . . something to remember. 









The Edward's boys 

Pepsi please 

Strictly girl talk 

Saturday afternoon and intramurals. 




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FOUNDATION 
DEAN 



ROY N. WALTERS 





Miss McGuire 
Secretary 



170 





DEAN OF MEN 
Milton Pearson 




DEAN OF WOMEN 

Elsa Spurlock 




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FACULTY 




LESTER BRAVEL ABBOTT 

Physical Educalion 



ORVILLE F. BOES 
Business 





WENDELL K. CORNETT 
Mathematics 



CURTIS W. COX 

Science 






GLVNCON GARRETT 
Mathematics 



JAMES A. GROSSMAN 
Science 



ORA GUNKLER 
English 



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JAMES R. HALL 

Industrial Arts 



MARJORIE HYLTON 
Home Economics 



DOROTHY LANDRUM 

Ungraded 



fOUNDillON SCHOOL 

OWN Of "EN 
MR MILTON PEARSON 

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GLADYS McCRAY 

English 



GLADYS PARRISH 
Social Studies 






ANNA PUGSLEY 
Social Studies 



ELOISE WARMING 
English 




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CLASS 
OF 

1966 



President 
Vice-President 
Secretary 
Treasurer 
Social Chairman 
Social Chairman 
Student Council 



Ctemente Conde 

Charles Yelton 

Ann Hensley 

Rebecca Hammel 

Karla Warming 

Andrew Huff 

Lee Carol Hahn 




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ACNES AKEMON 
HAZARD. KENTUCKY ,' 
NURSING f 





DONNA MARIA BAILEY 

CINCINNATI. OHIO 

COLLEGE 



DAVID NOKMAN CALDWELL 

BEREA. KENTUCKY 
MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 




VIRGIL ELDON BALL 

PINEKNOT. KENTUCKY 

MATHEMATICS 



PHYLLIS ANN COFFEY 

STERNS. KENTUCKY 

EDUCATION 



CLEMENTE CONDE 

KANSAS CITY, MISSOURI 

PHOTOGRAPHY 





ROGER KEITH D\MRON 

PIKEVILLE. KENTUCKY 

COLLEGE 



LINDA SUE CRAWFORD 

BEREA. KENTUCKY 

PSYCHOLOGY 



JAMES CECIL CRISWELL 

BRISTOL. VIRGINIA 

BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION 




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DAMON DARRELL FARMER 

BEREA. KENTUCKY 

Cdl.I.ECE 



WILLIAM MARTIN FOSTER 

LAUREL SPRINGS, 

NORTH CAROLINA 

COLLEGE 






CHARLES STEPHEN DAVIDSON 

BEREA, KENTUCKY 

COLLEGE 



SARAH ELIZABETH EVANS 

FRENCHBURG, KENTUCKY 

EDUCATION 



JANET SUE GABBARD 

BOONEVILLE, KENTUCKY 

COLLEGE 



EMMA MARIA FUENTEVILLA 

BEREA, KENTUCKY 

BUSINESS 






NANCY PATRICIA GIDLEY 

BEREA, KENTUCKY 

NURSING 



GRACE BEATRICE GILLETTE 

MANDAREE, NORTH DAKOTA 

BUSINESS 



LEE CAROL HAHN 

BEREA, KENTUCKY 

COLLEGE 



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Illi( CK IVAK HOVEY 
IlKIIKA. KKNTUCKY 



ANf)l!KW THOMAS lllfF 

SPHINOHLI.U. OHIO 

MATHEMATICS 



REBECCA LYNN HAMMEL 

BEREA, KENTUCKY 

COLLEGE 



MARIAN IJIANNE HOLCOMBE 

ASHEVILLE. NORTH CAROLINA 

AIRLINE STEWARDESS 



VONORA JEAN HUFF 
BEREA, KENTUCKY 
HOME ECONOMICS 







JILIA M. HYLTON 
BEREA, KENTUCKY 
HOME ECONOMICS 





CURTIS MITT KEITH 

MONTICELLO, KENTUCKY 

POLITICAL SCIENCE 



HASKELL KEITH 

MONTICELLO, KENTUCKY 

M.\THEMATICS 



JOHN ROBERT KIRK 

BEAUTY, KENTUCKY 

INDUSTRIAL ARTS 



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KOBEKT ERNIE LINDSEY 

HENRY. NEBRASKA 

COLLEGE 



AMELH LOl ISE LIVENGOOD 

PARIS, KENTUCKY 
BUSINESS, ADMLNISTRATION 



OMA LOUISE MAUPIN 
BEREA, KENTUCKY 
HOME ECONOMICS 





GAYLON GEORGE MILLER 

COOKEVILLE. TENNESSEE 

COLLEGE 



LARRY BRENT OWENS 

SALYERSVILLE. KENTUCKY 

PHAR.MACY 






HUGH PARKE 

HAZARD, KENTUCKY 

BIOLOGY 



DENNIS GORDEN PATE 

BURNSVILLE. NORTH CAROLINA 

COLLEGE 



MIRIAM RUTH PRIDE 

BEREA, KENTUCKY 

ENGLISH 



BETTY LOU RILEY 

LEXINGTON, KENTUCKY 

BUSINESS 



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HA.NDALL KENT SAMPSON 

HAHI.AN, KENTICKY 

MATHEMATICS 



JUDITH ANN SHEHROW 

FliANKEOIlT. KENTUCKY 

FKENCH 



GMlY DWAIN Sl.EDlJ 

GILBEKTSVH.I.E. KENTICKY 

COLLEGE 



\Mi>-.V (A.KY -'.Ui.L 

COLLINCSVfLLE. AL\B\M\ 

INDLSTftlAL ARTS 





CATAN'A LOUISE TURNER 

EVARTS, KENTUCKY 

GEOLOGY 



IIOGER STEVEN UTTERBACK 

SCRANTON, KENTUCKY 

AGRICULTURE 






KARLA SUE XSARMINC 

BEREA, KENTUCKY 

EDUCATION 



JON RICHARD WILLIAMS 

BARBOl KMl.I.E. KENTUCKY 

NL\THEMAT1CS 



CHARLES P\l L YELTON 

GRAY. KENTUCKY 

MATHEMATICS 



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JUNIOR CLASS 



President 

Pat Wear 

Vice-President 

John Johnstone 



Secretary 



Toni Mangione 

Treasurer 

Grace Smith 

Social Chairman 

Suanne Thoma 

Social Chairman 

Billie Hughes 

Student Council 

Ned McAfee 




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Donnn Jean Abney 



Marjorir- Irene Blcvins 



Jan.rs A. B.-KK' 



William Sarn.irl Bo«Ir» 



Divavnf Marsha! Brln^Ror 



Rfpinac DiiClnir Bun 





Bi'liby Gerald Burton 



Lois Marie Calico 



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Nancy Rose Carico 





Le^^is Kiniher Cox 



K:U Ar.c? Psv-„* 



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James Ernest Deaton 



Cynthia Jane Fowler 



Thomas Harrison Goforlh 



Theodora Patricia Gordon 



Karen Elaine Hamlii 



Windell Leon Hisle 



Billie B. Hughes 



JUNIOR 



CLASS 




Charles Michael Hunt 



Larry Ivan Ingram 



Daniel Robert Jervis 




Betty Jean Johnson 




Deanna Rave Johnson 




Jolin Moser Johnstone 




James Eiipnr MiAfn 



Aiilniiiftlf J. ^!anKi^'lli 



Hi'iiiii'- Clitilon Sfiiilh 



Crnrc Marir- Sniilli 



Hniiiild Krniiklin Sparks 



W*'n..na 8iiann.- Tlion 




Pifrrp Wiley Vi<-lif. Jr. 



Alma Louise Walkc 



James Clauiie Walkins 



Ellen Ra.? Williams 



Sandra Jean \^'illiam3 



Marv Margaret \^'rt-nn 



Irer:-^ A^^c^.>ft WvckotT 







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SOPHOMORE 
CLASS 




Row 1: Candy Shel.on. Bonnie Napier, Diana Durham, Kno. Bailey, Sharon Miniard. Rou: 2: Becky Dav.s, RuBsell Howard 
Karen An,burcy. Elizal^e.h Pride. Evelyn Hensley, Tony Fern. Debbie Elkin. Sharon O,oln,k, Beverly Owens, D.ana Barker. 
RoTs: Pa. Ki Eore, Irish l.a„,me, Diane Parsons, Ginger Farmer. Charles Cullon, Brooe Benne,,. L„„,se F,nn Ka.hy Rus- 
sell. Dana Kilbourne. Steve Mieres, Bonnie Christenson, Gary Pate. Row 4: David Ga.ley Jerry Lamme. Danny Haye 
Cretchen Carter Jerry Blair. Robert Hntchins, Paul Powell, Ruby Pingleton, Jane Morns. W.ll.am LeGrand. Row 5. Danny 
Campbell. Gerald McKeehan, Bill Ponder, Tim Walker, Ken White, Charles King, Mark Shockley. 



184 



FRESHMAN 
CLASS 




Barbara Morgan, Susan 
?milh. Candy Hisle. KarU 



Row 1: Sophia Cornelison. Koka Lee Smith, Connie Hamlin, Geraldean Smith. Claudia Johnson. 

Roach. James Hansen, Jackie Baker, David Crandall. Row 2: Ann Drake. Nella McQueen. Vira Lee : 

Goodrich. Grand Chenaall. Bill Weir. Row 3: Donna Williams. Linda VanWinkle, Lester Hopper. Gary Lucas. Karla Bryant. 

Bunky Dalton. Richard Hansen. Row 4: Stephanie Allen, Angie Gillim. Gary Cav. Steve Barry. Norman Bishop. 

Danny Ledford, Kathy Gibbs, Lee King, Tom Demarae, Danny Atkinson, Grace Vaughn. Row 

Reed, Leighman Messer, David Gabbard. 



Row 5: 
Ronnie Bargo, Robert 



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'r*'^.^'-. 




FRESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS 
Susan Roach. Vice President; Donna Williams. Social 
Cliairn)an; Lester Hopper. Social Chairman; Jim Han- 
sen, Secretary; Gary Gay, Treasurer; Danny Ledford, 
President. 



SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS 
Evelvn Hensley, Secretary; Dana Kilbourne, Treasurer; 
Diana Durham. Social Chairman; Danny Hay, Vice- 
President ; Robert Hutchins, President ; Tony Fern, 
Social Chairmao. 



UNGRADED 




Seated, Mrs. Dorothy Landrum. Instructor; Koka Lee Smith, Carrie Loudermilk. 
Donnie Griffin, Robley Evans, Robert Dalton, Vira Lee Smith, Jack McHone. 



Standing, 



186 



CHIMES 



STAFF 





Karla Warming, editor 
Phyllis Coffey 
Judith Sherrow 
Bruce Hovey 
Damon Farmer 



187 



LIONS STAFF 




Sitting: Agnes Akemon, Miriam Pride, editor, Susan Roach. Standing: Miss Parrish, sponsor, Bonnie Chris- 
tenson. Judith Sherrow, Amy Livengood, Evelyn Hensley, Grace Smith. Third row: Steve Davidson, Charles 
Yelton, Damon Farmer, Lee Hisle, Dan Jervis. 



SCIENCE CLUB 




Front row: Danny Hay. Lee Carol Hahn, secretary. William Foster, Vice-President. Elinda Collins, Agne3 Akemon, Judith Sherrow, 
President. Ba^k row: Mr. Cox, sponsor, Viktor Kogerma, Damon Farmer, Paul Powell, Curtis Keith, Haskel Keith, social chairman, 
Kris Kogerma, Johnny Kirk. 



188 



LIONS DEN 
COMMITTEE 



Bob Lynch 
Bruce Hovey 
Pat Wear 

Elizabeth Pride 
Miriam Pride, Chairman 
Judith Shcrrow 
Karla WarmiDg 




SPEECH CLUB 




Judith Sherrow, Sfc.-Treas. 

Lee Hisle, President 

Robert Hulchins. Vice-President 

Karla Warming 

Clemente Conde 

Tony Fern 

Rita Davis 

Betsy Evans 

Miriam Pride 

Susan Roach 



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Front rotv: Grace Smith. Candy Shelton, Susan Roach, Donna Bailey, Dianna Durham, Elinda Collins, 
Bonnie Christenson. Back row: Mrs. Gunkler, sponsor, Mark Shockley, Gerald Blair, Irene Wyckoff, 
Lucy Livengood, Lee Hisle, Betsy Orwig, Tony Fern, Carl Smith, Gary Gay. 



190 



THESPIANS 






% Spi ^,. ^ ^ 



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^.\ ; '<■ ■ 





191 



J 




GAA 



from row: Cynthia Fowler, Deanne Johnson, Becky Anderson, coach, Linda Crawford, Ellen Williams. 
Back row: Dianna Johnson, Toni Mangione, Irene Wyckoff, Lance Livengood, Grace Gillette. 



FOLK DANCING 



Lee Carol Hahn, President 

Gary Pate 

Candy Hisle 

Mark Shockley 

Ginger Farmer 

Andy Huff 

Elizabeth Pride 

Jack Rice 

Irene Wyckoff 

Gerry Blair 

Grace Smith 

Ann Drake 




192 




Sharon Miniard 
Agnes Akemon 
Suanne Thoma 
Knox Bailey 
Becky Hammel, captain 



CHEERLEADERS 




193 




Charles Yelton 

Billie Huphes 

Paul Atkinson 

Pat Wear 

Steve MrDarment 

Frank Banks 

Ned McAfee 

Robert Hutchins 

Steve Applegate 

Bill Bowles 

Lester Abbott, coach 

Gary Vaught, assisiant coach 



BASKETBALL 




194 








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I I 





195 



SWIMMING 




James Hansen 
Charles Culton 
William LeGrand 
Bill Conway 
Leonard Blanton, coach 
Dan Jervis 
Danny Campbell 
Gary Pate 



TENNIS 



Lester Hopper 
Robert Warming 
John Drake 
Charles Yelion 
Larry Owens 
James, Durham, c 
Tony Fern 
Robert Hutchins 




196 



GOLF 



Dan Jervis 

Randy Bates 
Ned McAfc-c 
Bill Bowles 
Stcvo DavidBon 




CROSS COUNTRY 



Joe Keith, coach 
Tony Fern 
Charles Yelton 
Danny Atkinson 
Haskel Keith 
Manfred Smith 
Eldon Ball 
Paul Atkinson 
Robert Hutchins 
Danny Campbell 




I^P^T^ 





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ADVERTISING 

AND PATRONAGE 

CHERRY COKES AND SUPERBALLS; 
ASSORTED TOOTHPASTE; ' 
A QUICK TRIP TO WEST END; 
THE INEVITABLE COIN FLOW; 
HEREIN LIES TOKEN RETURN; 
THEY SUPPORT US; WE 

SUPPORT THEM. 
irS A BUSINESS DEAL 

IN THE HILLS. 



198 




199 




PORTER-MOORE DRUG COMPANY 



Main Street 



Berea, Kentucky 



Phone 986-3061 



200 



BRUNNER STUDIO 



Photography 



Short Street 
Berea, Kentucky 




NU-WAY CLEANERS 

Main Street Jim Buck Morgan. Owner 

Berea, Kentucky Phone 986-4121 

"We are ahvays happy to serve the students." 



201 



COMPLIMENTS OF 



THE KENTUCKY STONE COMPANY 



Agricultural Limestone 



Road Stone and Concrete 



MOORE'S MOTEL 

Welcome 
STUDENTS and PARENTS 



COMPLIMENTS OF 

UPTON DRUG 

West End 
Berea Kentucky 



202 



BROCK-MclVEY 

Wholesale Supplies 

Plumbing — Heating — Sheet Metal 

Refrigeration — Electric Supplies 



Lexington 



Frankfort 



Maysville 



KENTUCKY CONCRETE 
PIPE COMPANY 

Old Frankfort Pike 
Lexington Kentucky 

ALL SIZES OF 
STORM AND SANITARY DRAINAGE 



COMPLIMENTS 
OF 

BEREA THEATRE 



COMPLIMENTS 
OF 



BEREA NATIONAL BANK 



203 



■■■■■■■■"■■■■■■■■■ 

"Aspire Nobly; 
Serve Humbly; 
Venture Daringly" 

— Wm. M. Danforth 

RALSTON PURINA 
COMPANY 



A motel of distinction 
at your service 

EPLEE'S MOTEL 

"In the heart of Berea" 



Serving Berea with 



WHOLESALE FRUITS AND VEGETABLES 
PETE MARINO 



Distributor 



Irvin Street 



Richmond, Kentucky 



BARKER'S CLOTHING 

Since 1952 
Berea Kentucky 



DIXIE KITCHEN 

For Dixie's Most Dehghtful Dishes 
Chestnut Street 



Berea 



Kentucky 



204 



THE MIAMI MARGARINE COMPANY 



Cincinnati, Ohio 





MARTINA BROS. COMPANY, INC. 

Terrazzo Tile — Marble Contractors 

300 Scott Street Lexington, Kentucky 

Telephone 
Dial 254-3331 Dial 255-2075 



205 




McCORD & TODD 
GENERAL CONTRACTORS 



Excavation 
Curb and Gutter 



Oil and Chip 
Blacktopping 



Subdivision Developers 

Light Commercial Building 

Water, Gas, and Sewer Lines 

219 S. Robbins Court 
Phone 623-3393 



J. C. TODD 
623-4219 



J. C. RISK 

623-2508 



Richmond, Kentucky 



KOTTEN 

MACHINE 

COMPANY, 

INCORPORATED 



Brooklyn 



New York 



206 



CONGRATULATIONS 

to the 

CLASS OF 1966 

POLErS 
FLORIST 

West End 



Berea 



Kentucky 



COMPLIMENTS 
OF 

RIVERS 
SHOE SHOP 



COMPLIMENTS 
OF 

ENGLPS 

DEPARTMENT 

STORE 

"Next door to 
Uptons Drug" 

Berea, Kentucky 




207 



Complete Interiors 

HUBBUCH 

In Kentucky 
Louisville 

Main Street Near Fourth 
583-2716 



WAYMAN'S 
DEPARTMENT STORE 

Berea Kentucky 



GORDON'S 

Krun-chee Potato Chips 

and 

GO HAPPY!!!! 




"We'll curl up and dye for you" 

ALMA'S BEAUTY 
SALON 

West End 



BEST WISHES 

BEREA AUTO PARTS 

Berea Kentucky 



208 



CUSHMAN LUMBER 
COMPANY 

Cincinnati Ohio 



COMPLIMENTS 
OF 

W. KELLY COMPANY, INC. 

Lexington, Kentucky 




\ 



CRANE SUPPLY 
COMPANY 



Lexington 



Kentucky 



Best Wishes 

THE MODERN PACKING 
COMPANY 

Lexington Kentucky 



Phones : 
124-125 
986-3165 



Donald E. Rominger 



ROMINGER 
FUNERAL HOME 

Berea Kentucky 



209 




BROWN 

& 

PLATT, 

INC. 



PENNINGTON'S 

DEPARTMENT 

STORE 



HAMMOND 
RADIO AND 
TELEVISION 



210 



A 

FRIEND 



COMPLIMENTS 
OF 

ALLEN'S 

FLOWERS 

AND 

GIFTS 



WADSWORTH 

APPAREL 

SHOP 




211 




COMPLIMENTS 
OF 

YOUNG'S STORE 



CLARK MOTOR COMPANY 

Chrysler — Plymouth — Dodge 

591 Chestnut Street 
Berea Kentucky 



Serving factories, colleges, institutions, 

construction users with quality and industrial 

equipment and supplies. Most all types of 

pumps. 

WILSON MACHINERY & 
SUPPLY CO., INC. 

550 West Fourth Street 
Lexington Kentucky 

Ample Parking Phone 255-6340 



FAMILY DISCOUNT 
STORE 

431 Chestnut Street 

For De.xter, Knapp, 
and Florsheim Shoes 



212 



FULTON FrSH MARKET 

INCORPORATED 



Lexington 



Kentucky 



CONGRATULATIONS TO THE 
CLASS OF 1966 

BEREA 5 & 10 

Berea Kentucky 



Dubois chemicals, inc. 



William Pridemore 

172 Suburban Court 

Phone 2-7522 



Lexington 



One of the world's leading manufacturers and dis- 
tributors of cleaning compounds for machine and 
hand dishwashing, institutional equipment cleaning 
and maintenance. 




213 



^*";_^ 




•fc-'- r^ 




4iV2 % Interest on Savings Certificates 

YOUR MOST PROGRESSIVE 
MADISON COUNTY BANK 

BEREA BANK AND 
TRUST COMPANY 

Member of F.D.I.C. 



You're Always 
Welcome At 

CHURCHILL WEAVERS 
GIFT SHOP 

Open 8:00 till 5:30 

Daily Including Sundays 

Loomhouse Tours 

Monday thru Friday 



Lorraine Court 



Phone 986-3127 




214 



BEATRICE FOODS 



Meadow 
Gold 



ICE 
CREAM 

M-M-Mighfy 
Good! 



Rickmond, Kentucky 



tt 



lA/AVC; CIDQT niiai ITV ^ 



ALWAYS FIRST QUAUTY 



Richmond 



Kentucky 




Compliments of 

BEREA TASTEE-FREEZE 
AND DRIVE-IN 

BEST IN TOWN 

Malts, Shakes, Sundies 
Complete Line of Sandwiches 



Compliments of 

NEWBERRY'S 



Richmond 



Kentucky 



215 



CROUTCHER MOTOR 
COMPANY 

Sales and Service 

Berea Kentucky 

PONTIAC CARS CMC TRUCKS 



COMPLIMENTS OF 

ELDER'S 

Richmond's Family Store Since 1893 
Richmond Kentucky 




SAMPLE SHOE CENTER 

Name Brand Shoes 

Savings of 32% to 60% 
Why pay more when you can pay less 

East Main Street Near Kroger's 

Richmond, Kentucky 



GOOD LUCK 
FROM 



KENTUCKY MIXED 
CONCRETE COMPANY 

Richmond, Kentucky 



216 



Compliments of 

MOUNTAIN 
AUTO 
PARTS 




c 



•brn 



JL 



SPECK'S 
RESTAURANT 

Richmond Kentucky 

Louisville, Kentucky 




217 




WEHR CONSTRUCTORS, INC. 



Louisville, Kentucky 




218 



TO OUR PATRONS . . . 

A SINCERE THANK YOU FROM THE 1966 CHIMES STAFF FOR 
YOUR INTEREST AND SUPPORT. 



Horton's Jewelers 



Mrs. E. Blakey 



Western Auto Store 



Mr. and Mrs. Ray Haire 



Young's Beauty Salon 



Miss Matilda Cartledge 



Finnell Furniture 



Sophomore Nursing Students 



City Barber Shop 



A Friend 



Berea Lumber Company 



Miss Ruth Leidig 



Coffey's Cabinet Shop 



Junior Nursing Students 



Furniture Exchange 



Baker and Baker Appliance Store 



McGay Barber Shop 



ESCO Baker Agency 



Berea Billiard Hall 



A Friend 



Hembree Electric Company 



Scott & Alexander Used Cars 



A Friend 



Mrs. Elizabeth Adams 



Miss Lora Harrison 



Mrs. Williams 



Mrs. T. Abney 



Mrs. Barbara Coyle 



Mrs. Margaret Neeley 



B & B Market 



Mr. and Mrs. Lester Pross 



Little Mama's 



Miss Gladys Louisda 



Modern Beauty Shop 



Dr. and Mrs. Richard Drake 



Granny's Gang 



Mr. and Mrs. Thomas ^L Okuma 



219 



INDEX 



STUDENT 

FOUNDATION 

ADMINISTRATION 



Within the following pages you 
will find a more or less accurate 
guide as to how many times you 
and your friends stood before a 
camera, hidden or otherwise. 

In a time when space is so 
important, not to be outdone, we 
have used our index for a dual 
purpose. Gaily interspersed among 
our myriad of names, you will 
find varied and we hope unique 
scenes around yours and my 
favorite campus. Unfortunately, it 
was impossible to index these 
photos — we ran out of space. 



Abrams, Garry Lane 117, 119 

Absher, Jerry Wayne 153 

Adams, Brenton Scrivner 88 

Adams, William Ralph 153 

Adkins, Beula Dean 23, 81. 82, 112 

Adkins, Cary Neil 89, 153 

Adkins, Clarence Wayne 23 

Adkins, Diana Lynn 153 

Adkins, Grover Dee 23 

Adkins, Larry Lee 83, 88, 98, 141, 159, 216 

Adkins, Sarah Ernestine 147 

Ahanotu, Austin Metumara 89 

Akers, John Thomas 153 

Albright, Norbert Stephen 53 

Alder, Leon Isham 23, 84 

Aldridge, Rena Margaret 7. 23 

Allen, Charles Everett 113 

Allen, Claude Wayne 83, 94 

Allen, George Wayne 23, 79, 103, 117 

Alexander, Benny Merrell 98 

Alley, Lester Lawrene 147 

Alley, Marcus Moore 89, 98, 153 

Aniburgey, Ronald Edward 83, 147 

Anderson, Dwain Kenney 121 

Anderson, Sally Rebecca 23, 192 

Anderson, Sheila Franky 23, 114, 211 

Angley, Stephen Floyd 153 

Ansary, Rebecca Gulner 96, 147 

Arnold, Alvin Gene 53, 84, 141 

Arnold, Leo Scott 23 

Artz, Lucy Mae 153 

Asbury, Ada Lynn 23 

Ashby, Mary Ann 153 

Audia, David Samuel 83, 84 

Audia, Louis Cecil 147 

Austin, Donald Lewis 153 

Austin, Helen Sue 153 

Austin, James Dane 153 

Auville, Linda Carole 24, 107, 112 

Aylen, Brian Frederick 88, 153 

Babb, Coral Keller (Mrs. Lewis) 24 
Back, Lindsey Russel 153 
Babarestan, Nayer Khoshhal 24 
Baker, Bonnie Jean 69, 147 
Baker, Carolyn Sue 147 
Baker, Mildred Nan 24 
Baldwin, Wilda Jean 24 
Bales, Wayne Reece 153 
Ballord, Patricia Mae 141 
Bare, Harold Dean 91, 115, 154 
Barnes, Joyce Elizabeth 24 

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Barnes, Wanda Gail 54, 141 

Barnett, Robert Earle 154 

Bastin, Sandra Lousan 20, 24 

Bales, Barbara Jo 121 

Bates, Ira James 24 

Bales, Teddy Ray 83 

Batman 75 

Beard, Ann Lora 96, 98, 147 

Bedwell, Thomas Edward 101, 111, 147 

Belden, Charles Micha 111, 141 

Bellamy, Georgia Fay 141 

Benge, Roger Dale 154 

Benge, Sam 24 

Benson. Frederick 60, 91, 154, 159 

Berry. Audrey Vashti 24 

Beverly, Walter Ralph, Jr. 88 

Bevins, Okey David 24 

Billings, Toby Jackson 83 

Binion. Charles Raymond 89, 154 

Bishop, Georganna 25 

Bishop, Stanley Thomas 25, 114, 211 

Black, Ronald J. 141 

Blackburn, James Richard 154 

Blair, Anthony Leon 154 

Blair, Larry Keene 25, 48, 55 




Binir, Waydc Douplafl H9, 154 

Blttkf. Robert Slf^vcnHon Ifj-l 

Blankcnbhip, Arnold H7 

Blanton, Leonard Franklin SI, 88, 141, 194 

BopgB, Sammy John 8,'( 

Bohn, Paula Sue HI 

Boles. Wayne Recce 91, 153 

Bond, Edna Dclorcs 154 

Bootho, Dollic ShcrilJa 141 

Boulware, Alfred Larry 141 

Boulware, Raleigh James 86, 87,147 

Bowen, Phyllis Ann 154 

Bowman, Larry Wayne 101 

Boyce, Robert Piper 8, 25. 120 

Branscomc, James Glenn 101, 115 

Brecck, Dorothy Sue 147 

Breeding, Larry C. 154 

Bridges Allenc (Mrs. Edward) 25 

Brinegar, Ernest Joel 154 
Brock, Ronald Edward 25 
Brodersen, Lynda Lcc 25. 114 

Brodrick, Doris Fay Rochclle 25. 92 
Brown. Teresa Jane 154 
Browning, Karen Lynn 147 
Bnibaker. Richard Wayne 154 
Brunty. Gerald Wayne 25. 216 
Bryant, John Paisley 141 
Bryant, Joy Catherine 147 
Bryant. Sharon Lorraine 141 
Buck, Mary Ann 154 
Buck, Mary Pearl 141 
Burchette, Bobby Wayne 154 
Burchfield. Marion Howard. Jr. 90 
Burgetl, Chyrl Jean 141 
Burkelt, William Thomas 91 
Burroughs, Judy Faye 55 
Burton, Roy Thelmcr 25 
Bush. Danny Ross 25. 84 
Bush, Mary Nell 25. 74. 97 
Byrd, Colon Clyde 83 
Byrd, Percillia Jeanne 154 

Cain, John Franklin 26 
Caldwell. Howard 26 
Callebs, John Cecil 154 
Campbell, Barbara Anne 47, 141 
Campbell, Mary Robson 26. 121 
Campbell, Phyllis Jean 26 
Campbell, Ruth Ellen 98 
Campbell. Wallace 26. 46, 88, 113 
Carlton. Samuel Richard 141 
Carpenter. Connie Bruce 147 




Carpenter, Ralph Lynn 98 

Carr, Ruby Margaret 141 

Carter, Dcliliah Faye 147 

Carter, Robert Allen 46 

Carter, William Cook. Jr. 154 

Cassell. Jackie Lee 26. 88 

Casteel. Douglas 26 

Castlcn. James Eudelle 26. 83. 98. 99, 103. 113 

Causey, Josephine 141 

Chadwell, Patsy Calla 26, 101 

Chaffin, Linda Fern 26 

Chambers, Eldon Roberds 115. 147 

Chappelear. Jo Ann 147 

Chappcll. Paul Wallace 115, 119. 147 

Chappell, William C. 141 

Chestnut, Mary Grace 26, 107 

Childers, David Scott 154 

Childers, Matlie Elizabeth 147 

Childress, Paula Dolores 147 

Clark. Bobby Lee 88. 142 

Clark, Michael Stewart 103. 118 

Clendenin. Joe Gregg 115, 154 

Clutter, Rebecca Ann 26 

Coates, Judy Ann 142 

Cobbs, Alfred Leon 27 

Cochrane, Ceraldine Sue 147 

Cody, Beverley Jean 94. 142 

Cogdill. Linda Gail 154 

Cole, Chester Reeves 91. 148 

Coleman, John Thomas 154 

Coleman, Robert Bruce 154 

College, Conrad Gonzales, Jr. 154 

Collett. Edmond 101 

Collier, Richard Wayne 83, 148 

Collins, Jimmie Alan 90, 154 

Combs, Albert Boaz 27 

Combs. Carol Ann 97 

Combs. Francis Brashear (Mrs. Ralph) 142 



CombB. Ralph 27 

Conley. Ronald Albrrt 27. 77. 89. 91 

Connor, Cecil Martin 141 

Conway, Christine Marie 155 

Cook, Brenda Carolyn 155 

Cook, Sylvester Willie 89. 91. 151 

Cooke. Phillip Allan 118 

Coons. Catherine C. (Mrs. John C.) 27 

Cooper, Margaret Coleman 27. 97, 112 

Cooper, Patricia Ann 27 

Cooper, Thomas Edward 148 

Coots, June 155 

Copeland, Chester Morris 148 

Coppock, Edrick Gerald 88. 142 

Corbett, Franklin Dave 142 

Cornett, Frank Lee 88. 91. 155 

Comett, Ronnie Dill 155 

Cotton, Gordon Huffman 86, 155 

Counts. William Larry 155 

Cox, Dennis Eugene 148 

Cox. Roswell David 27 

Craft, Billy Carroll 142 

Craine. \('anda Lee 148 

Crane, Richard Harold 121 

Crase, Charles Edward 142 

Crase. Kenneth Wayland 27 

Crawford, Ella Christine 27 

Creech. Donald Clyde 91. 142 

Cribbs. Mary Jane 142 

Croley, Raymond 121 

Croley. Wanda Faye 143 

Crowe, .\ngelyn Sharee 155 

Cundiff. Mary June 155 

Curd. Frances Sharon 143 

Curn.'. David Lee 155 

Curry, George Gilbert 148 

Curry. Louise Mason 142 

Curry. Roger Lee 27. 98 



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Daghir. Sami S. 27 

Dalton, Katie Naomi 155 

Dalton. Philip Nash 155 

Damron, Russell, Jr. 98 

Daoiel, Daniel Frederick 28, 55. 90 

Daniel. Marsha Ann 148 

Daniels, Teresea 142 

David, Carolyn Ann 155 

Davidson, Sarah (Mrs. Harold) 28 

Davis, Burma Jean 148 

Davis, Charles Lenios, Jr. 155 

Davis, Joyce Ann 47 

Davis. Lonnie Harold 28, 94 

Dean, Donna Joyce 155 

Dean, James 28 

Dean, Jimmy Glenn 147 

Deel. Carol Joyce 148 

Deel, Curtis 28, 205 

Delph, Larry Allen 91. 155 

Demirjian. Aida 28 



Dempsey, Donna Lee 142 

De Rosset. Edward Daves 28, 89, 103, 114 

Detchou, Merry Beth 28 

Dickenson, Daris Jean 155 

Dickerson, Charles Henry 155 

Dickey, Kenneth Marion II 97, 120, 146. 148 

Dingus, Helen Geneva Shults (Mrs. Delmar) 28 

Donovan, David Ray 98 

Dotson, Betty Louise 148 

Dotson, Jimmy Wayne 95, 98 

Dotson, Roger Lee 28 

Douglas, Barbara Sue 148 

Douglas, Joyce Marie 10, 98. 148 

Downs, Polly Anne 142 

Duckctt, Lucy Maneese 155 

Durham, James Faulkner 86, 90, 155. 197 

Duvall, Joseph Dean 148 

Earley, Reba Frances 142 
Eckler, Charles Marion 28. 86. 87 
Efthimiou, Marika 28, 80, 81, 107, 112 
Eirich, Michael Andrew 148 
Eldridge. Charlene Carol 142 
Elledge, Eula Loretta 29. 107, 208 

Eller, Sylvia 29 

Ellis, Stephen Clark 154, 155 

England. Marjorie Ellen 50 

England. Russell Hamman 21. 29. 120 

Estepp, Ronnie 29 

Evans, James David 142 

Fairchild. Avonelle 155 
Falls, Brenda Joyce 29 
Falls, Wanda Kay 155 
Farhat, Milhem Kamal 29, 89 
Farley, Janice Skinner 29 
Farmer, Brenda Joyce 142 
Farris, James Edward 148 
Farthing, Norma Kay 155 
Farthing, William Earl 83 
Feagan, Janelle Kay 29 
Feeback. Harry Lee 148 
Feng, Victor Yu-Hu 29, 47 
Fenner, Edd Albert 155. 160 
Ferguson, Leana Laverne 155 
Ferrebee, Robert Allen 83 
Fie, Patricia Ann 148 
Fie, Rita Ann 29 

Fielder. Carol Anne 77, 120, 142 

Fields, Laura Jean 155 

Fike. Sandra Gayle 29 

Fitzwatcr. Larry Alan 155 

Flaspocliler. Julia Rose 148 



Fleming, John Emory 29 
Fletcher, Carol Sue 142 
Flowers. Robert Lynn 103, 142 
Floyd, Rosa Louise 155 
Flynn. Ronald H. 142 
Flynn. Stella Christine 30, 208 
Forester, Charles William 89. 142 
Forrester, Michael Ray 155 
Fraley, Sammy Wendell 30 

Francis. Wayne V. 148 

Frank, Shirley Jane 98, 99 

Franks, Cuba Marie 115, 146. 149 

Frazier, Larry Douglas 30 

Frazier. Wallace Ray 90 

Fryman, John Nelson 83, 103, 142, 216 

Fuller, Hugh Kenneth 148. 149 

Fuller, Theodore 142 

Funk. Naomi Ruth 142 

Gabriel, John Brooks 30 

Gardner, Mary Katheleen 30 

Gassetl, Homer David 86, 87 

Gatewood. Wallace Laval 149 

Gatton, Philip Norman 91, 98, 115, 117, 155 

Gay, Bobbie Jo 155 

Gayheart, Cassandra Elaine 149 

Gayheart, Ruby Mae 30, 47 

George, Mona Sue 98, 99, 142 

Gibson, Alice 145 

Gibson, Jacob Michael 155 

Gibson, Norman Howard 155 

Giffin, George Searle 30, 54, 74, 101 

Gillette, Delmar Clayton 98. 155 

Gilliam, Carol Elizabeth 142, 144 

Gilliam, Darrell Roger 30. 58 

Gillis, Mary Kathleen 156, 159 

Godsey, Sandra Lou 156 

Goings, Barbara Ann 156 

Golladay, Shirley Marie 30, 92 

Golliday, Ronald Lee 30 

Good, Lawrence Richard 30 

Goodman, Jack French 156 

Graham, Patricia Ellen 156 

Graves, Boyd Jerome 91. 149 

Green, Robert Edward 142 

Greene, Joy Ann 142 

Gregory, James Franklin 101. 103, 143 
Griffith, Sally Jane 67. 85, 149 
Grossman, Jean Kathryn 30. 94 
Grobsman, Laurence 88, 149 
Guettner, Elsie Sue 141, 143 



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Gunkler, Barbara Jane 31 
Gunklcr, Susan Jacqueline 149 
Cunter, Rickey Van 114. 143 
Gwynn, Frances Lou 31, 106, 112 

Hackney, Connie Lynn 143 
Hadlcy, Alice Anne 31 
Hagy, Linda Sue 31 
Hairc, Mary Francis 156 
Hale, Gwendolyn Jean 149 
Hale. Sandra Marie 143 
Haley. Rebecca Faye 31 
Hall, Betty Jean 101. 115, 149 
Hamblin, Coy 156 
Hamilton, James Leon 98 
Hamlctt, Martha Ann 156 
Hamner, Rebecca Jean 156 
Hampton. Mable Elaine 54, 143 
Han, James Daniel 31 
Harman, Benjamin Wilton 149 
Harold, Richard Eugene 15. 121 
Harris, Elizabeth Ann 98 
Harris. Jerry 91 
Harris, Mary Elizabeth 31. 156 
Harris. Ross 1S6 
Hart, Doris Carolyn 31 
Harvey, Michael Edward 140, 143 
Hatcher, Frederick Lee 149 
Hatfield. Sharon Gail 119 
Hawkins, Catherine Bernice 149 
Hawks, Rita Joyce 31, 208 
Hayes, Elizabeth Ann 31 
Haynes, Virginia Leigh 81, 114, 143 
! Hays, Juanita 20, 31 

f 

I Hearne, Carolyn 31. 217 

I Heaton, Kathcrine Dade 149 

Helleson, Linda Louise 156 
Henderson, Phyllis Sue 32, 208 



Hensley, Birdell 72. 110. 143 

Hensley. Judy Kay 32 

Hensley. Peggy Sue 98, 143 

Herndon, Arthur Ray 156 

Hibbard, Carol Jean 156 

Hicks, Alice F. Lcmastcr 99 

Hicks. Marjorie Ruth 32 

Hill. Howard Glyen. Jr. 156 

Hill, Janice Kay 81. 115. 156 

Hillard, James Ernest 156 

Hinds. Pamela Corinnc 156 

Hines, Floyd, Jr. 32 

Hines, Virgie Frances 149 

Hirschman, Don Richard 8. 32. 97. 101 

Hollandsworth, Betty Lou 81, 156 

Holmes, Gerald Floyd 143 

Holt, Shirley Ann 32 

Hooker, Markley Elizabeth 85, 156 

Hopkins, Judy Lula Mae 156 
Hopkins, Kenneth Dowell 21, 32 
Hornbeck, Roberta Jean 32 
Hornbuckle, James William 149 
Hoskins, George Wilson 32 
Hoskins. William Jack 98 
Housley, Barbara Rose 143 
Hovermale, Carl Hammond 32 
Hovey, Helen Victoria 8. 96 
Hovey. Valerie Hall 156 
Howard. Brenda Joyce 149 
Howard, Gary Burnett 156 
Howard. Harold Lloyd 91 
Howord, Raymond Claude 32, 118 
Huddleston. Samuel David 33 
Huff. Brenda Sharon 149 
Hughes, Glenda Sue 143 
Hunter. George David 111, 156 
Hurst, Hassell Jacoba 97 



Hurt, Ff^Kify M'vbfrrly IVS 
HuKkcy, Clyde Boyd 149 
Hu»ki«»on, Robbie Vinceot 76. IVi 
Hutcheni, Thom«« Walter 33. 103. 1J3. 117 

Hulchin*. Judy Ann I4'J 
Hyatt, B^tly Jo IV, 

Irvine. Judith Kay 149 

Jacluon, Cevelinc 119 

Jackoon, Jarrrlt Wayne !"/> 

Jacluon, Linda Joyce 149 

JackiiOD, Okey Silloo 33 

Jackson, Shirley Ann 33 

James, Jeffrey Grant 98, 120. 156 

Jarrett, Linda L. 113 

Jasper. Sedahlia 143 

Jennings. Michael Thomas 51, 83 

Jcssup, Janet Ruth 33 

Jestes, Linda Lorcnc 156 

Johnson, Betty J. Thompson 33 

Johnson, Geneva Rachel 33 

Johnson. Howard Leroy 53 

Johnson, Johnny Kent 98 

Johnson, Mary Belle 33, 94 

Johnson, Pamela Kay 33 

Johnson, Peggy Dean 33 

Johnson. William F. 33. 88, lU. 113 

Johnson, William Leroy 86, 143 

Jones, Alice Beverly 156 

Jones. Curtis. Jr. 33. 98, 99 




223 




Jones, Elizabeth Ann 156 
Jones, John Ed^vard 143 
Jones, Linda Sue 157 
Jones, Margaret Elizabeth 149 

Jones, Phyllis Sue 149 
Jones, Yvonne Marie 157 

Kajikawa, Ikuko 142. 143 
Keilh, Eugene Carlton 34 
Keith, Leonard Joe 197 
Kendrick, Sandra Lea 14, 21 
Kennedy, David Edward 34, 47 
Kennedy, Ronald Gary 34, 98 
Kern, Lonnie Lee 157 
Kern, Ronnie Ray 157 
Keilcr, John Frederick 34 

Khalil, Basliir Ismail 8. 34, 89, 120 

Kidd, Jerry Duane 10. 101, 117, 143, 145 

Kilburn, Joyce Anne 157 

Kilgore, Charles Nickels 157 

Kilgore, Robert Preston 157 

Kilgore, Valaria Jane 157 

Kilpalrick, Daniel Eugene 157 

Kincer, Heduino Frances 143 

Kinder, David Foster 20 

King, Annette 149 

King, Don Recce 149 

Kirby, Victoria Earlene 150 

Kirk, Glen Franklin 91 

Kirkland, Nancy Karen 81 

Kirstein, Thomas Lafayette 121 

Kiser, Aubrey Lee 157 
Kiser, Helen Lazora 157 
Kiser, Mary Ruth 82 



Kiser, Omer Lee 34 
Kiteck, Susan Jane 97 
Kiviniemi, Ronald James 157 
Knight, Mary Eleanor 98 
Knott, Judith Ann 157 
Koger, Betty Ann 34 

Lakes, Sharon Kay 157 

Landers, Linda Faye 98. 157 

Landrum, Joy Ann 157 

Lanham, Rena Marie 34 

Large, Dorothy Finley 98, 116 

Latham, Nancy Conway 34, 112 

Lawson, Robert Eugene 83, 150 

Leach, Gaylon Stephen 34 

Ledbetler, Joyce Karen 143 

Leonard, Ellen Marie 143 

Lewis, Brenta Gayle ISO 

Lewis, Paul Edward 21. 34, 53 

Little, Mary Ann 157 

Litton, Charles David 91 

Lloyd, Linda Lou 157 

Loeber, Jean Carol 34, 121 

Logan, Audrey Jean 98 

Loggins, Rebecca Jane 157 

Long, Phyllis Jean 98, 99 

Lotts, Bobby Lee 35 

Loudermilk. Jack Lee 53. 110, 116, 117 

Love. Rachel 157 

Lovedahl, Gerald Grey 120, 157 

Lovins, Jeffrey Lynn 74, 83, 84. 147 

LoviU, Johnny Randle 157 

Lowe, Sharon Rose 92, 150 

Lowrie, Esen Keskin 143 



Lund, Susan Kay 150 
Lunsford, Bobby Sue 92 
Lyall, Jerry Mitchel 61, 150 
Lyda, Paul Samuel 157 
Lynch, Candace Jones 35, 121 

Maggard, Donald Cooper 114. 143 
Maggard, Patricia Ilene 35 
Mallicoat, Michael Herman 98. 157 
Marange, Lovemore Richard 89 
Marcum, Carol Janette 157 
Marsh, Grace 150 
Marshall, Jo Ann 157 
Martin, Anita Jean 82 
Martin, Benjamin Romig 35 
Martin, Linda Gayle 150 
Martin, Patricia Ann 35 
Martin, Robert Lee 35. 113 
Mast, John Edward 157 
Malheny, Mary Louise 35 
Mattson, Ronald Edward 35 
Maymon, Paul Hamilton 83 
Maynard. Major Allen 83 
McClaughry, Connie Ann 157 





224 



McClelIan<I, Sharon Kny 47 

McCIurf, Lucrutiu Ann 150 

McCoy, Willinm 35 

McDanit'l, Corolyn Anno 01 

McDavid, PriBcilla Siio 157 

McDonald, Diannc Rnyo 157 

McEIrath, Judith Gayc 92 

McEnncrncy. Malthew Leo II, 110. 117, 143 

McCuire, Judith Daryl 158 

McGuirc, Karon Wilmcdica 111, 112 

Mcintosh, Laura Jean 12 

McKaig, Barbara Ann 35 

McKenzie, George Fiah, Jr. 35, 98 

McKenzic, Vicki Francinc 74 

McKinney, Jamc3 Bruce 35. 90 

McKinney, Janet Kay 158 

McLoughlin, Allen Joseph 86, 91, 158 

McLaughlin, Judith Frances 36, 73, 98. 106 

McMahan, Brcnda Ford (Mrs.) 143 

McMahan, Dennis Wade 36 

McWhorter, Sonja Nadine 158 

Meade, Jimmy 88, 158 

Meadows, Gwenda Anne 158 

Meadows, Joyce Ann 150 

Meddings, Leo Daniel 150 

MegSDD, Melvyn 36, 88, 89, 113, 120 

Megson, Paul 89 

Melton, Billy Carroll 158 

Middleton, David Ray 67, 86, 150 

Miller, Betty Lou 65 

Miller, Elmer Leon 150 

Miller, Florence Delores 85, 158 

Miller. Helen Ann 143 

Miller, Jack Leon 36 



Miller, Jan<- F,Hr-n 98, 1 H. 144 

Miller, Philip WoynR 91. 158 

MilU, Catherine Ann« 144 

MillH. Emory Le« 158 

MillH, Mary Froncrn 158 

Mitchell, Earl Rhine 150 

Mitchell, Joyce Marie 144 

Montgomery, Henry Edwarrl Jr. 88, 150 

Montgomery, Juitu-M Edward 63 

Moore, Carl Randolph 158 

Moore, Carolyn Marie 36 

Moore, George Wilson III 88, 158 

Moore, John Cordon 36, 90 

Moore, Roy Leamon 158 

Moran, Gary Lee 158 

Moran, Jeanne Rao 74, 141 

Morgan, Billy Douglas 91 

Morgan, Charles Elwood 114 

Morrell, Dyanne Kay 36 

Morrison. Lovada Joan 144 

Moss, Ronald William 36 

Meyers, James Ronald 36 

Mullins, Beverly Jean 36 

Murphree, James Lynn 89 

Murray, Donnie Ray 35, 75, 76 

Murray, Joan Elouise 158 

Murray, Peggy Sue (Mrs. Lowell) 36 

Musoni, Samson Wisdom 150 

Napier, Tommy Wayne 150 
Netto, Angel 7 
Neuber, Willa Jo 10. 37, 101 
Neville, Robert Eugene 91. 158 
Nicholas, Phyllis Jean 37 
Nichols, Frances Bernice 37, 121 





06/ - 



Niday, Faith MacArlhur 37. 98 
Norton, Marshall Everett 158 
Nunn. James Corbett 37 
Nutter. David Henao 83, 14* 

Oakes. Fred Eugene 216 

Okuma, Margaret Yukiko 152. 158 

Olin. Walter John Jr. 88. 144 

Olinger, David Youncy. Jr. 86 

Oliver, Charles Victor 37 

Oliver, Marilyn 158 

OUis. Paul Leland 150 

Orfield, Linda Dianne 153. 158 

Orton, Danny Reid 158 

Osnian, Alaeddine 37 

Otieno, Paul Gordon Mugelle 89. 158 

O^veus, Barbara Jo 144 

Owens, James Cecil 37, 86. 87, 91. :i6 




Pace, Jo Ann 158 

Palmer, Elizabeth Ann 77, 158 

Palmer, Virginia Ann 11. 37. 106. 110 

Parker, Thomas Cleveland 158 

Parks, Denver 150 

Parman. Larry W, 158. 161 

Parsons, Bobby Stanley 37 

Parsons, Charles Douglas 37 

Parsons, Harriet Smargiao (Mrs. Douglas) 37 

Parsons, Sharon Frances 158 

Partington, David James 96 

Pate. Huberta Carolyn 96 

Patlon. Jean Elizabeth 92 

Payne. Sharon Lee S2, 149. 150 

Peace, Billy Wayne 38 

Pennington, James Edgar 53 



Pennington, Rose Millet 74. 85, 144 

Peters. John Allen 89. 98 

Peters, Lucy Ann 38 

Pettit, Betty Jean 38 

Phelps. James Irvin, Jr. 144 

Phillips, Coy Tatum, Jr. 150 

Pickle, Nancy Evelyn 158 

Piercy. Andy Michael 91 

Pigmon. Phyllis Jean 74, 144 

Pindar, John Francis 38 

Plummer, Lewis Ray 38 

Polela, Arthur Winston 89 

Poore, Sharon Merilee 158 

Pope. Richard Clark 158 

Porter, James Robert 38 

Porter, Linda Wilson (Mrs. James) 38 

Porterfield, Forrest Gray 150 

Powell, Priscilla Carol 158 

Powers, Carolyn Ruth 144 

Powers, Mary Kathryn 150 

Prater, Gary Vaughn 150 

Prater. Lelia Fon 158 

Pratt. Helen Francis 144 

Presley. Betty Jane 38 

Price, Danny Ray 158 

Price, Patricia Paulette 158 

Prinkleton. Victor Cleamon 91 

Proax, Essie Maxzine 112, 144 

Pugh. Jannette Rose 158 

Rader, Janet Marie 159 
Ragan, Ralph Milton 159 
Raines. Ernest Gary 55 
Ratliff. Dexter 159 
Ratliff. Helm Ruth 159 




Ratliff. Jerri Leigh 159 

Rawlings, James Pressley, Jr. 9, 38 

Rawlings, Larry A. 91 

Ray. Gerald Dee 144 

Ray, Lola Karen 38 

Ray. Patty Sue 150 

Reedy, Sandy Sue 150 

Reeves, Mary Jane 144 

Reneau, Beulah Anne Melle 159 

Rhodes, Donna Bruce 159 

Rhodes, Judy Linda 54. 82. 144 

Rice, Gary Joe 38 

Richards, Sarah Clementina 150 

Richardson, Regina Carol 159 

Richardson, Ronald Eugene 159 

Riddle, Bonnie Lee 39 

Ridenour, Rosemary 39, 106 

Riffey, Douglas Grey, Jr. 38 

Riggs, Janice Darlene 98. 115. 150 

Ripley. James Edward 39 

Ripley, Peggy Sue 159 

Ritchie, Ronnie 39. 95 

Rivers. Fredrick Arledge 150 

Robbins, Freda Faye 144 

Robbins, William Breckenridge 39, 90 

Robinson, Daniel Lee 159 

Robinson, Ernest Lesley 159 

Robinson, Phylliss Ann 144 

Robinson, Nancy Kay 82 

Rodriguez, Robert 159 

Roisum, Jean Ragnhild 39 

Rolen, Nanclynn Joy 92 

Rolen, Virginia Pearl Dixie 54 

Roop, Dennis Russell 91, 98. 159 

Rose, Elizabeth Ann 144 

Rose. Marilyn 159 

Roten, Kenneth Lee 39 

Roundtree, Barbara Elaine 150 

Rousey, Betty Ann 159 

Rozier. Lucy Margaret 159 

Rudder, Ernest Ray 159 

Russell. Frances Fay 60, 112 

Russell, Majorie Vivian 144 

Sagonda, Simon Joseph 89 
Sammons, Freddie Arlin 39 
Sammons, Tommy James 50 
Sasser. Lynn Dell 159 
Saulmon, Bruce Alexander 150 
Saunders, Joan Lois 159 
Saylor, Marble Dclphine 150 

226 



Scardo, Joe Allen 39, 207 

Schneider, Robert Wayne 39, 120 

Schroeder, Lee Roy 150 

Schwemer, Liana Lee 159 

Scoggin, Leslie Owen 159 

Scolt, Catherine Alfreda 159 

Scotl, Judy 159 

Searls, Sharon Kaye 159 

Sells, Janice Helen 39 

Sclvey, Carol Ann 39 

Seneker, Elizabeth Ann 144 

Settle, Jane Hanna 159 

Serverson, Patricia Jane 159 

Sexton, Shirley Sue 150 

Sliarpe, Joseph Roy 95, 117, 160 

Shaw, Glenne Cheryl (Mrs. James) 40, 104 

Shaw, James Russell 40, 103 

Shell, Dorothy Louise 40 

Shelton, David Eugene 160 

Shepherd, Rebecca Ann 61, 160 

Shepherd, Reva Jane 160 

Shitflett, Edith Yvonne 150 

Shipman, Phyllis Jean 160 

Shivel, Charles Edwin, Jr. 40 

Shotwell, Johnny Mack 98, 121, 150 

Shroul, Brenda Lee 40 

Shrout, Judith Ann 160 

Shupe, Pamela Yvonne 144 

Shytle, Clyde Edward, Jr. 120. 144 

Siedschlag, Daniel Doss 98, 160 

Singleton, Bobby Ray 40, 114 

Singleton, Dennis Ray 61, 93 

Sisson, Peggy Elizabeth 160 

Sizemore, David Alden 83, 89, 98 

Skaggs, Anne Woolen 79 

Sloan, Peggy Rose 160 

Slone, Fredoona Carolyn 40 

Slone. Roger Lee 89, 144 

Slusher, George Matt 69. 160 

Smathers, George Leslie 160 

Smith, Anita Darlene 40 

Smith, Archie Elliot 158. 160 

Smith, Glenn Alvin 84, 216 

Smith, Joanne 160 

Smith, John Chester 40 

Smith, Mary Ellen 160 

Smith, Monte Dale 160 

Smith, Odell Sylvester, Jr. 160 

Smith, Patricia Jo 160 

Smith, Sylvia Rebecca 98, 112, 117, 151 




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Smith, Wendelyn Marie 115, 160 

Smock, Mary Lcc 114, 144 

Snapp, Dennis Grant 95, 98, 99, 151 

Snetl, Larry Kay 143 

Snider, Sharon LaNieve 156, 160 

Solomon, Patricia Irene 40 

Sova, Wayne Edward 98, 151 

Spence, Ronald Kyle 160 

Slacy, Donnie Ray 84 

Stacy, James Gary 53, 145 

Stacy, Roger Lee 161 

Stallard, Gary Lowell 115 

Stamm, Carol Lee 92, 145 

Stamper, Russell Leon 161 

Stanley, Donna Janelle 98, 161 

Stansbury. Victor James 91 

Stciner, Barbara Delores 151 

Stephenson, John 40 

Stewart, Catherine Elaine 153, 161 

Stewart, Judy Faye 145 

Stewart, Leslie Lenora 118, 145 

Stickley, Gene Loring 40 

Stickley, Gilbert Galen 41, 58 

Stines, Charles Marion 161 

Stinson, J. T. 20. 41. 86, 87 

Stout, Anna June 98 

Stumbo, Christine 145 

Stumbo, Sharon Lea 41 

Sturgill. William Dale 151 

Suarez. Jose Francisco 161 

Sutlierland, Shelby Jean 151 

Sutherlin, Richard Wayne 121, 151 

Suzuki, Yukiko 7. 41. 105 

Swan, Elizabeth Ann 161 



Sword, Rusa Donald 41, 77 

Tackctt, Elizabeth Sue 95 
Tackett, Homer Landon 151 
Tallmadge, Sherrie Lee 41 
Taulbee. Paul David 161 
Taylor, Betty Anne 145 
Taylor, Terry Lynne 62, 151 
Teague, Shiela Tonielia 161 
Templcton, Larry Dale 41 
Thomas, David Skillman 53, 145 
Thomas, Jacqueline 153, 161 
Thomas, John Steven 161 
Thomas, Robert David 91, 161 
Thompson, Barbara Jean 151 
Thompson, Betty Ellen 151 
Thompson, Jerry Roger 151 
Thompson, John Dewey 41, 91 
Thompson, Sandra Sue 41 
Tipton, Lenville Ray 151 
Tipton, Rebecca Gayle 41 
Tolliver, Jerry Lynn 90, 117. 145 
Tollivcr, Robert Wayne 91, 151 
Tracy, Jerry Lee 89 
Triplett, Linda 41 




Trivelte, Mar^'in Dean 161 
Trusty, Deborah Ann 85, 151 
Tseng. Sze Chuen (Stanley) 41. 90 
Turner, Donnice Elaine 42 
Turner, Elizabeth Irene 42 
Tussey. Greene Edgar 42 
Twinam, Teresa Louise 151 

Ulm. Martha Laine 20, 42. 98. 105 
Underwood, Linda Ann 161 
Upchurch, Rachel Lola 42. 105. 114 

Vanover, Roger Lee 42 

Van Sant. Carol Ann 151 

Van Sant, Nancy Sue 151 

Varney, Earl Luther, Jr. 86, 87 

Vaught. Gary Neil 42. 103. 194. 216 

Vinson, James Robert, Jr. 7. 42, 97. 118. 121 




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Wackerle, Barry Franklin 121 

Wade. Roger Alan 161 

Wade, Sara Veronica 151 

Walje, Carol Hope 105 

Walker, Juan Manuel 42, 91 

Walker, Margaret Ann 151 

Walker, Sandra Louise 74. 120, 145 

Wallace, Nancy Kathleen 20 

Ward. Jerry Reno 161 

Warinner. Iverson Louis 42, 101, 103, 110, 111. 
117 

Washington, Mercedes 161 

Waters, Brenda Joyce 161 

Watson. Buena Diana 46, 98, 145 

Watson. Lois Marie 161 

Watts, Deborah Catherine 151 

Watts, Gary Fred 161 

Watts, Mollie Pearl 42 

Watts, Thomas Roy 53, 97, 119 

Wear, Linda Bayne 42 

Webb, Geraldine Spencer 145 




Webb, James Watson 90, 145 
Weeks, Laura Jean 47, 151 
Weeks, Margaret Jane 43 
Welch, Shirley Jean 145 
Wells, Jacqueline S. 43, 60 
Wesley, David Paul 145 
Wheeldon, Kenneth Homer 43 



White, Linda Carol 161 
White. Rebecca Sue 161 
White, Shirley Sue 43 
Whitlock, Geraldine Belle 82, 161 
Williams, Arthur 43 
Williams, Charles William 119 
Williams, Geraldine Louise 145 
Williams, Howard Maurice 53, 86 
Williams, Joyce Faye 151 
Williams, Laraine 161 
Williams, Ralph Donald 43 
Williamson, Larry Alan 86 
Willis. Joseph D. 89 

Wilmot. Clyde Lee 151 

Wilson, Carolyn Louise 145 

Wilson, Doris Jean 85, 151 

Wilson, Hubert Dale 161 

Winkler, Evelyn Carol 81 

Winkler. James Estill 88 

Wolford. Lillian Charlene (Mrs. Harry) 43 

Woo, Henry Kin Hung 43, 49. 103, 113. 115 

Wood, Barry Nelson 95, 161 

Woods, Ernie Lee 43, 90, 111 

Woodward, Patricia Ann 161 

Woolen, Dustina Annette 53, 151 

Wooten, Dennis Patrick 89, 145 

Worley, LeRoy Paul 161 

Worrell, Tincie Marie 121. 145 

Worsham, Verno Watson 161 

Wright, Rita Catherine 47, 49 

Wyatt. Janice Lynne 145 

Wynkoop, Linda Sheryl 10, 112, 120, 145 

Yaden. Glenda Faye 151 

Yang. Huie Ta-Jen 43 

Yontz, Charles Stephan 88, 113, 151 

York, Kenneth Clay 145 

Young, Cordon Craig 43 

Zimmerman, Cassandra 151 
Zornes, Johnny Ellwood 51, 151 



FOUNDATION 
FOUNDATION 

Abney, Donna Jean 181 
Akemon, Agnes 175. 188, 193 
Allen, Stephanie Jo 185 
Aniburgey, Karen Sue 184 




Applegate, Stephen 194 
Atkinson, Daniel 185, 197 
Atkinson, Paul 194, 197 

Bailey, Donna Maria 175, 190 

Bailey. Kathryn Knox 184. 193 

Ball, Virgil Eldon 175. 197 

Banks. Frank 194 

Bargo, Ronnie 185 

Barker, Diana 184 

Barry, Steven 185 

Bates, Randy 197 

Bennet, Bruce 184 

Bishop, Norman 185 

Blair, Gerald 184, 190, 193 

Bfevins, Marjorie 181 

Boggs, James 181 

Bowles, William 181. 190. 192 

Brinegar, Dwayne 181 

Bryant, Karla 185 

Burrell, Reginae 181 

Burton, Bobby 181 

Caldwell, David 175 
Calico, Lois M. 181 
Campbell, Danny 184. 196, 197 
Carico, Nancy Rose 181 



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CnrltT, CrPtchcn 18^ 
Chenaiilt, Grant lfl5 
ChriBltjnsrn. Donnic- 1114. Illll, 190 
Coffey, Pliylli. f73, 187 
CollinB, Elinda 181, 188, 190 
Condi', Clomcnto 171, 175, 189 
Conway, Willium 190 
Cornclison, Sophia 185 
Cox, Kimbcr 181 
Crandall. David 185 
Crawford, Linda 175, 192 
Criswell, JanioB 175 
Culton, Charles 181. 196 

Dalton, Bernard 185 
Dalton, Robert 186 
Damron, Roger 175 
Dovidson, Sieve 176, 188, 197 
Davis, Rebecca 184 
Davis, Rita 181, 189 
Deaton, James 182 
Demaray, Thomas 185 
Drake, Anne 185, 192 
Durham, Diana 184, 186, "l90 

Elkin, Deborah 184 
Evans, Roblcy 186 
Evans, Sarah E. 98. 176. 189 

Farmer, Damon 176, 188, 189 

Former, Ginger 184, 192 

Fern, Thomos 184. 186, 189, 190, 196, 197 

Finn, Louise 184 



Fo.lcr, Wjlliam 176, Hill 
Fowler, Cynthia 182, 192 
Fucntcvillo, Emmo 176 

Gabbard. Janet 176 
Gubhurd. Mirhnel 185 
Cailey, David IB4 
Coy, Gary 183. 186. 190 
Gibbs, Knlhy L. 185 
Cidley, Nancy 176 
Gillette, Grace 176, 192 
Gilliam, AnRcIine 185 
Goforth, Thomas 182 
Goodricil, Carla 185 
Gordon, Theodora 182 
Griffin, Don 186 

Hahn, Lee Carol 174, 177. 193 

Hamlin, Connie 185 

Hamlin, Karen 182 

Hammel, Rebecca 174, 177, 193 

Hansen, James 185, 196 

Hansen, Richard 185, 186 

Hay, Dannie 177 

Hensley. Evelyn 184, 186, 188 

Hensley, Anne 174 

Hisle, Candace 185, 192 

Hisle, Leon 182, 188, 189, 190 

Holcombe. Dianne 177 

Hopper. Lester 185. 186. 196 

Hovey, Bruce 177, 189. 187 

Howard, Russell 184 



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Huff, Andrew 174, 177, 192 

Huff, Vonora 177 

Hughes, BiUie 180, 182, 194 

Hunt. Charles 182 

Hutchins, Robert 184. 18«. 189. 194. 197. 196 

Hylton, Julia 177 

Ingram, Larry 182 

Jervis. Daniel 182. 188. 196. 197 
Johnson, Betty 182 
Johnson, Clydia 185 
Johnson, Deanna 182, 192 
Johnson, Dianna 182, 192 
Johnstone, John 180, 182 





Keith. Curtis 177. 188 


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Keith. Haskel 177. 188. 197 


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Kilbourne, Dana 184. 186 


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Kilgore, Joel Pat 184 




King, Charles 184 


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King, Dewey 185 




Kirk, John 177, 188 
Kogerma, Kris 188 


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Kogerma, Viktor 183 


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Lamme. Ellis 184 


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Limine, Jerry 184 


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Ledford, Danny 1S5. ISo 


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LeGrand. William 184, 196 


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Lindsey, Robert 178 



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Livengood, Amelia 178, 188 
Livengood. Lucy 190. 192 
Loudermilk, Carrie 186 
Lucas, Gary 185 
Lynch, Robert 189 

Mangione, Antoinette 180, 192, 183 
Maupin, Oma Louise 178 
McAfee, James 180, 183, 194, 197 
McDarment, Sieve 194 
McHone, Jack 186 
McKeehan, Gerald 184 
McQueen, Nella 185 
Messer, Leighman 185 
Mieres, Stephen 184 
Miller, Gaylon 175 
Miniard, Sharon 184, 193 
Morgan, Barbara 185 
Morris, Jane 184 

Napier, Bonnie 184 

Orwig, Elizabeth 190 
Osolnik, Sharon 98, 184 
Owens, Beverly 184 
Owens, Larry 178, 196 

Parke, Hugh 178 

Parsons, Dianne 184 

Pate, Dennis 178 

Pate, Gary 60, 184, 192, 196 

Pingleton, Ruby 184 

Ponder, Bill 184 

Powell. Paul Frank 188, 184 

Pride, Elizabclh 184, 189, 192 

Pride, Miriam 178. 188. 189 

Reed, Robert 185 
Rice, Jackie 192 



Riley, Betty 178 

Roach. Susan 185. 186. 188, 190 

Russell, Cathy 184 

Sampson, Randall 179 

Shelton, Candice 184, 190 

Sherrow, Judith 179, 188, 189. 187 

Shockley. Mark 184, 190. 192 

Sledd, Gary 179 

Small, Anthony 179 

Smith, Bennie 183 

Smith, Carl 183, 190 

Smith, Geraldioe 185 

Smith, Grace 180, 183, 188, 190. 192 

Smith. Koka 185. 186 

Smith. Manfred 197 

Smith, Vira 185, 186 

Sparks, Ronald 183 

Thoma, Suanne 180, 183, 193 
Turner. Catana 179 

Utterback, Roger 179 

VanWinkle, Linda 185 
Vaughn. Gracie 185 
Viehe. Pierce 183 

Walker, Louise 183 

Walker, Timothy 184 

Warming, Karla Sue 174, 179, 187, 189 

Watkins. James 183 

Wear, Pat W., II 180, 189. 194 

Weir. William 185 

White, Kenneth 184 

Willams, Donna 185, 186 

Williams, Ellen 183, 192 

Williams, Richard 179 

Wrenn, Mary M. 183 

WyckofI, Irene 183. 190, 192 

Yelton, Charles 174. 179. 188. 194. 196. 197 



FACULTY 



Abbott, Lester Bravel 86, 172, 194 

Allen, E. Frances 135 

Allen, Margaret Belknap 75, 135 

Andrews, G. Harold 124 

Andrews, Marion D. 130 

Aspnes, Agnes Marie 133 

Auvil, Virginia Lucille 126 







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Ayers. Ferley Fernando 138 

Barnes. Richard N. 128 
Beebe. Thomas R. 129 
Best, Billy Ray 88, 127 
Boes, OrviUe F. 172 
Brooks, Florene M. 130 
Brooks. Frances Eleanor 130 
Buckland. Dorothy W. 130 
Buckland. Roscoe V. 130 

Capps, Ethel Elizabeth 138 
Cartledge. Matilda 128 
Connelly, Ervin Lamar 124 
Cornett, Wendell K. 172 
Cox, Curtis W. 172. 188 
Crawford. Laura A. 135 
Crowden. John J. 138 

Davis. Bernard 129 




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D<-Cflmbou, Kulh 132 
DjnHituirc, A^nrn M. 1.13 
Di Teresa Neil 12B 
Dondcro, Frances B. 132 
Drakf, Hirtinr.l liryarit 13:1 

Evans, Wilwon Arnold 90, 125 

Fnulkner, Rose Maureen 121, 131 

Firflzt, Josef 50, 100 

Foley, Mclva Jean 130 

Fuentevilla, Alberto 132 

Garrett, Glyncon 172 

Gentry, Claude E. 128 

Gesner, Carol 131 

Gibson, Louise Brereton 127 

Gilbert, Elizabeth Dinwiddle 134 

Gill. Nell 130 

Graham, James Donald 126 

Grossman, James Arthur 164, 172 

Gunkler, Oscar Henry 136 

Hager, Martha Joyce 93, 136 
Hagcr, Paul C. 126 
Hall, James R. 134, 173 
Heckman, Richard Allen 133 
Herman, Alice G. 135 
Hill. Norman L. 133 
Holloway, James Y. 137 
Hougen, Richard Torgor 129 
Hovey, Rolf E. 16, 17, 99, 135 
Hubble, Faunice 134 
Hubble. Gerald B. 134 
Hughes, Jerome William 131 



Hull, Herschel Lester 128 
Hylton, Marjorie Gabbard 173 
Kindel, Ersal W. 134 
Kogcrma, Kristjao Sulev 132 
Kreider, Thomas McRoberts 14, 131 

Lambert, Dean Warren 133 
Landrum, Dorothy 173, 186 



Lnrflon. Donnn E. 133 

Lcidig, Kulh 135 
LewiH, Robert Jerry 100 

Lincoln, Mury Ha/.-| 129 

LipthinHky. /ej.-k Lawrence 132 

Ludlum, Charlotte Perry 132 

Mneaulay, Minnie Maude 136 
Marshall. Ann 125 
Marlm. Iru j. 137 
Mollhias, Virginia P. 131 
May, Dora R. 135 
McCray, Gladys Gilbert 173 
Menefee, Robert G. 129 
Miller, Bculah E. 135 
Morreim, Allan Theodore 125 
Myers. Dale K. 129 

No88, George Sherer 137 

Orwig, James P. 11, 125, 205 
Osborne, John R. 137 
Osolnik, Rude 134 

Parrish, Gladys Verne 173, 188 
Pauck, Charles Ernest 132 
Pearson, Milton Hart 171 
Pride, Martha W. 136 
Pross. Lester Fred 128 
Pross, Mary Lou 136 
Pugsley, Anna Harwood 173 

Reeverts, Emma Marie 131 
Roberts, George Gilbert 134 




Ross, Helen Post 131 
Ross. William Gordon 137 
Schafer. William J. 14. 117. 131 
Shugars, Jonas Patterson 128 
Smith. Charles Louis 123 
Smith, Emily Ann 131 
Smith, Marilyn Elaine 136 



Spurlock. EUa Bellr 171 
Suhl, Sam 126 
Slephrnt, Nf/rl l2Si 
Slermrr, Jamr% E. 138 
Sijler*. Rulb Vfarearrt l''/t 

Therrittult, E. M. HI 
Thomicion, Kenneth Hrrrnan 123 
TroBper, Mary Lou 131 
Trotper. Orvillc W. 98, 135 

Van CIcve, Ruth HI 
Van Krevcleo. Alice 137 
Vcltcn. Joan 100 

Walters. Roy Nathan 170 

Warming. Eloi»e 173 

Warming. Karl E. 123 

Wear. Pat W. 130 

Woodie. Norris Browning 137 

Woods, Virginia Ruth 133 

Wray, Frank J. 133 

Wright. Theodore Mathis 134 

Wyatt, Clarence Hodges 86. 87 

Yang. Daniel Teh-Eo 124 




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